6 edition of Sampras found in the catalog.
by Bonus Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Bud Collins (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||262|
Pete Sampras is arguably the greatest player tennis has ever seen. A man whose hard-nosed work ethic led to an unprecedented No. 1 world ranking for consecutive weeks, and whose prodigious talent made possible an as yet unbroken 14 Grand Slam record. Yet . Pete Sampras by Michael Boughn (Book) Wimbledon: the record breakers (Visual) Sampras: a legend in the works: an unauthorised look at one of the most misunderstood tennis giants of .
Patrick Rafter VS Pete Sampras #Title Not Set# Show Head 2 Head Detail VS 4 25% Wins Pete Sampras 46 76 4 Wimbledon England Osaka Discovers That Monfils Is A Massive Comic Book Fan! Tennis At Home. Thiem: From A Gruelling Off-season To The Australian Open Final. Review of "A Champion's Mind" This was a different autobiography on an athlete - different for reasons that are explained in the review. Because of these differences, I felt this was an outstanding book on tennis great Pete Sampras and I highly recommend that any tennis fan or reader who enjoys a good autobigraphy pick this one up.
In A Champion's Mind, one of the most revered, Now that I have listened to the entire book I can say it was absolutely worth a credit and was a great book. Pete Sampras was my favorite player as a kid because he had such an overpowering game an was so consistently great and this book takes you closer to his perspective of it all. Agassi's book makes Sampras, Bollettieri, and Shields into shallow players, and by contrast makes heroes out of the bumptious Gilbert and Gil Reyes, Agassi's trainer, who deliver him from a mid-career collapse in the s.
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The writer for Andre Agassi's book is a Pulitzer prize winner and it shows, because the writing is mesmerising. Whereas this books writing is bog standard rather than deeply engaging.
Overall you won't really learn anything amazing about his life and /5(7). First published ina biography of the American tennis player Pete Sampras which examines his preparations tournaments and his personal relationships with close friends and sporting rivals.
You’ll go with Sampras as he prepares for Grand Slam tournaments and thrill at his epic battles with some of the all-time greats/5(4). Sampras book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Award-winning tennis writer H.A. Branham takes you along as Pete Sampras prepares /5(7). In fact the book is much more a chronicle of Sampras's tennis career than a biography of Pete Sampras as a person. I would have preferred to know what made him tick but didn't feel I new that after finishing reading the book/5(33).
Pete Sampras book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Pete Sampras is arguably the greatest tennis player ever, a man whose /5(). Sampras book Sampras, Greatness Revisited: Why I wrote a book on the American The time major champion set the highest ethical standards, pursued his craft quietly and diligently with immense.
Sampras has simply not been around long enough to provide fodder for a rich biography. Furthermore, he has not lived the typical American-celebrity lifestyle, and it shows here. One is left with.
"Pete Sampras was always able to rise to the occasion, winning so many big matches at the biggest events. This book provides the reader a glimpse into Pete's remarkable career and how he was able attain his vision of being the best player in the world.
We can all benefit from the insight he offers." —Roger Federer. From the PublisherBrand: Crown Publishing Group. Pete Sampras was best known to the public for his calm demeanor, on and off the court.
In his book “A Champion’s Mind,” he explains how his strong mental game was really what separated him from the pack. For example, Sampras explains his first Grand Slam victory at the U.S. Open/5(). Pete Sampras was best known to the public for his calm demeanor, on and off the court.
In his book “A Champion’s Mind,” he explains how his strong mental game was really what separated him from the pack. For example, Sampras explains his first Grand Slam victory at the U.S. by: 3. Pete Sampras book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. There's nothing quite like the thrill of watching a sports hero pushing his o 3/5(1).
Agassi’s “shots” at Sampras in the book and would like to meet “man to man” to discuss it. Sampras hasn’t read Agassi’s book, in which Agassi acknowledged taking crystal meth, and doesn’t plan to. Books By Pete Sampras; Pete Sampras #7 in Rugby #8 in Racket Sports #8 in Tennis #24 in Sports Psychology.
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Pete Sampras won 64 career ATP singles titles, with the first coming in Philadelphia in Facing Pete Sampras Book Septem Facing Sampras Scoop Malinowski Printable Version Here are some fascinating excerpts from Scoop Malinowsski's new Followers: “Consider this book Sampras’ 15th Grand Slam. A thoroughly compelling read that–apart from retracing a gilded sport career–really probes the ‘hard drive’ of a champion.
It’s as if all the emotion and insight that Sampras sometimes seemed reluctant to express during his playing days comes spilling forth.”. A few years ago, the idea of writing my autobiography would have seemed a waste of time to me.
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