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Henry M. Quinlan (Author)

So, You Think You Know Tennis?

So, You Think You Know Tennis?

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Omni Publishing Co.
6 X 9 in
162 pg

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So, You Think You Know Tennis? explores virtually every aspect of this great sport, from its early origins all the way through to today’s professional players, tournaments, technology, and equipment. It explores strategies for each type of shot and reveals some of tennis’ secrets. Famous men and women players are noted for their contributions the game. There are detailed descriptions of individual Grand Slam tournaments, Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.

The author, an 83-year player with 76 years of experience playing the game of tennis demonstrates his love for the game on almost every page. He believes more knowledge about the game brings with it a greater appreciation for the game and its players.

So, You Think You Know Tennis? will educate, enrich, and entertain the reader.

So, Did You Know This About Tennis?

 The size of the court in major tournaments played in stadium is larger than the tennis court in your local club or playground.

• Tennis has a detailed Player Code of Conduct.

• The French Open is named after a WWI pilot who was killed in combat in 1918. Roland Garros fought his last battle over nearby Chantilly in France.

• It's common for two players to exchange towels after each set as a sign of respect for each other's hard work throughout the match.

• The most enduring and well-known tradition in tennis is bowing or curtsying to the royal box before starting a match at Wimbledon.

Henry M. Quinlan
Author Bio

Henry M. Quinlan, a resident of Mattapoisett, Massachusetts, and owner and publisher of Omni Publishing Company, has 50+ years of varied experience publishing books, newsletters and DVDs.
He is a graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School.

His proudest moment in publishing was being asked By President George H.W. Bush to arrange for the publishing of the book Make Way for Ducklings and the erection of the statues, Make Way for Ducklings, in Moscow in 1991 as part of the summit between Presidents Bush and Gorbachev.

He recently published the book, Stories Along the Way which is authored by John Cullinane who founded the first successful software company in America.

He initiated the So, You Think Series You Know? series starting with So, You Think you Know the South Coast?  He is currently expanding the series.