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101 Incredible Moments in Tennis: The Good, the Bad and the Infamous

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In the French open in 1989, a 17-year-old, Michael Chang, worked his way through the groups to the fourth round and to playing number one-seeded and three-times champion, Ivan Lendl. As the game progressed, the outlook was bleak for Chang, who lost the first two sets. However, he won back the second two to find himself serving at 4-3 in the fifth. Then he did the unthinkable. He served underhand. Lendl was flustered, lost concentration, the crowd roared, and Chang went on to win the game. This is just one of many amazing on ...

101 Incredible Moments in Tennis: The Good, the Bad and the Infamous 2010, JR Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781906779467

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