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Tennis in New York grew out of a passion that tennis is unique. Women and men come to the sport from different backgrounds and share the common obsession for tennis in and around New York City. This book traces the unusual beginnings and evolution of tennis as it preserves in one volume snapshots of legendary characters who have influenced the game in New York City and throughout the world.
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Dale G. Caldwell is a Director at Large on the United States Tennis Association Board of Directors, the author of Fruit of the Spirit and School To Work To Success, and the recipient of the 2010 International Tennis Hall of Fame Tennis Educational Merit Award.
Nancy Gill McShea spent 15 years teaching English and coaching tennis in two Long Island secondary schools before starting a career as a tennis writer in New York. She has connected with tennis legends throughout the country and received five press service awards for her work.
Tennis in New York will take you through the history of the sport and introduce you to the remarkable Easterners who have populated and enriched the game. Nancy McShea and Dale Caldwell have written a valentine to both tennis and New York. It's a labor of love and love. --Mary Carillo
Tennis in New York will bring you inside the game as only the city that never sleeps can. As tennis evolved from its rich amateur roots to a sleek, highly orchestrated million-dollar professional circus, New York became the frenetic dateline for much of this transition. Sit back and enjoy the show. --Neil Amdur, former Sports Editor, The New York Times
Tennis in New York is the first book to tell the history of tennis in the Tri-State area and provide for the reader interesting profiles of Eastern Hall of Fame Inductees. Many of the honorees have achieved legendary status in influencing the overall success of tennis in this country and at the U.S. National Championships and U.S. Open in the borough of Queens. --Richard Pagliaro
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