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Stanley Paul, publishers, London - first edition, 1962. hardcover, 5¼" x 8", with dust jacket. Inscription to previous owner on front endpaper. Wear to jacket edges. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Controversial, 25-year-old Welshman, Michael Davies, the first British tennis player to join the famous Jack Kramer troupe, started his fascinating career at 12 on the public courts at Swansea. He became British Number 1 without a single tennis lesson. His fiery temperament brought him into conflict with authorities, and he was never content to be a good loser. In this book, his remarkable enquiring mind probes and analyses the weaknesses which have kept top tennis honours from most of Britain's leading players.