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  1. tennis watcher
    tennis watcher May 8, 2013 at 4:55 pm |

    I can’t wait to read this! It sounds like a really great summer read. How does Iacopelli manage the cultural differences so prevalent in the tennis world? I imagine this is as difficult as the balance she seems to have struck with tennis IQ/knowledge, but when struck the audience for the book is limitless given the international reach tennis now has. Thanks for sharing this.

    Parting question, will you be reading and/or reviewing Connors unfortunate memoir? I look forward to seeing more Tennis Book Talk!

  2. Henk
    Henk May 8, 2013 at 5:34 pm |

    Please tell me this book is filled with tennis-flavoured double entendres.

    “I dropped my balls on your deuce court”

    1. Jennifer Iacopelli
      Jennifer Iacopelli May 8, 2013 at 8:02 pm |

      My editor wouldn’t let me leave them in! Kidding…kinda… 😉

  3. Karolina
    Karolina May 8, 2013 at 9:16 pm |

    Love to see tennis in the art form – definitely under represented. please check out “Broken At Love” – romance tennis web series…and like her I like accurate representations of the sport!! 🙂 enjoy. http://www.brokenatlovetheseries.com

  4. Alyssa
    Alyssa May 11, 2013 at 12:14 pm |

    I love tennis so this book is really a must read for me! 🙂

  5. Nicole
    Nicole May 11, 2013 at 7:42 pm |

    This just went on my Amazon wish list. Thanks for sharing, Lindsay, and thanks for writing what sounds like a great tennis story, Jennifer! (I may be WAY beyond the book’s target market, but it still sounds like great fun.)

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