Anyone who read the reports of last December's Honda Challenge 'Champions Tour' will have been struck how one aspect of John McEnroe's character hasn't changed. Despite wealth and a place in the game's history, when he's on court McEnroe still loses it, big time. The jury is out as to whether this is all an act to bring in the punters, or whether, as Pat Cash thinks, it is genuine frustration that he isn't as good as he once was. This autobiography (embargoed because of serialisation) will discuss this and other aspects of this most complex of characters. McEnroe has been in and out of therapy, has fathered five children by two different wives - the first film star Tatum O'Neal, the second rock singer Patty Smyth - and has invented a new career for himself as an assured commentator.Críticas:
An ace ( SUNDAY EXPRESS)
Frank and engrossing ( DAILY TELEGRAPH)
McEnroe emerges as a funny, wise and articulate raconteur, acutely aware of his faults ( THE TIMES)
A book as straight-talking as the tennis star himself. ( SUNDAY TELEGRAPH)
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Descripción Little, Brown, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0316860883
Descripción Little, Brown, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110316860883