“These poems give delightful shape and concision to every thought — stray, deep-felt, nagging — you’ve had as a tennis player. Read them, recognize yourself, and smile.” — Gerald Marzorati, author of Late to the Ball: Age. Learn. Fight. Love. Play Tennis. Win and former editor of New York Times Magazine.
“This lovely collection solidifies my belief that tennis is a metaphor for life. Our job is to get the ball back over the net just one more time.” — Abraham Verghese, author of Cutting for Stone and The Tennis Partner.
“Hilarious and obsessive. A perfect portrayal of tennis life.” — Dr. Ludmila Cosio-Lima, Associate Professor of Exercise Science at University of West Florida, ironman triathlon competitor, and former professional tennis player.