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But Seriously

An Autobiography

By John McEnroe | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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He is one of the most controversial sportsmen in history and a legend of Open Era tennis. But after reaching the top of his game - what came next? A decade after his international number-one bestseller SERIOUS, John McEnroe is back and ready to talk.Now the undisputed elder statesman of tennis,... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
01 Jun 2017
Author(s)
John McEnroe
Publisher
Orion Publishing Co
ISBN-13
9781409147961
Dimensions
158mm x 236mm x 24mm
Pages
288
Format
Paperback
Release Date
01 Jun 2017
Author(s)
John McEnroe
Publisher
Orion Publishing Co
ISBN-13
9781409147961
Dimensions
158mm x 236mm x 24mm
Pages
288

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28 Jul 2017

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This is the second part to John’s
autobiography, the follow up to
Serious and covers his post-tennis life.
Very honest, raw and personal, John
writes of the challenges of adjusting
to life after a fast-paced, top-level
tennis career. The struggle to re-invent
his life and public persona. Sharp
and brutal in style, yet blended with
humour in a way only McEnroe can do.
His post-tennis life is just as colourful
as the wild days on the Grand Slam
circuit including critical commentary
on the way tennis has changed. John
is father to six children, delved into art
collecting, music and business ventures
and so much more!
This is set to be the sports book of
2017 and a natural comparison can be
to Open by Andre Agassi – both books
are brutally honest and write about the
impact of top level tennis on their lives.

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28 Jul 2017

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