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Do not judge me by my successes. Judge me by how many times I fell down, and got back up again. -Nelson Mandela That’s how Unstoppable My Life So Far begins (on sale September 12.) And when you finish...

Former American pro Paul Annacone played on the pro tour for 11 years, reaching #12 in the world in singles. He won three singles titles and 11 doubles titles before turning to coaching. He spent over...

For recreation, if you’re not on the tennis court this summer, chances are you’ll be by the pool or at the beach. Whether you tote around a hardcover or a Kindle in your beach bag, here are...

Tennis players are an educated bunch and most of us like to read. These tennis themed books offer a little slice of tennis for the easy chair, a great gift to your self or a tennis loving friend. All...

We’ve been reviewing new tennis books for years here at Tennis Identity. This page recaps a few bestsellers, newcomers and some of our favorites. Click each image to explore more about/shop each...

Age. Learn. Fight. Love. Play Tennis. Win. That’s the premise of the new book “Late To The Ball,” by author Gerald Marzorati. Taking up the sedentary pursuits of painting or chess at...

The full title of this one is “This Is Your Brain On Sports, The Science of Underdogs, The Value of Rivalry, And What We Can Learn From The T-Shirt Cannon.” Now you know why we shortened the...

“String Theory: David Foster Wallace On Tennis” is a brightly packaged collection of the late writer’s most praised essays on tennis. Five separate chapters include “How Tracy...

Three new tennis books to consider: Nick Bollettieri’s Tennis Handbook by Nick Bollettieri Nick Bollettieri has released a second edition of his Tennis Handbook. Find him in Bradenton, Florida at...

Two new tennis books to tell you about. Both are easy summer reads: Game, Set and Match – Secret Weapons of the World’s Top Tennis Players is a compilation of tennis tips direct from the touring...