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Table Of Contents

The Day The Door Opened
God Is Always In Control
Racket To Riches
Court One
Just Us, Just Tennis
Tennis Pays!
Follow Your Heart To Tennis
The Real Meaning Of Tennis
PsychologicalReasons/Advantages to Playing Tennis:
Physical Reasons/Advantages to Playing Tennis
Poems
Tennis Has A Rhythm!
Breaking News
Obsession Session
Play Tennis
“Murder That Ball”
It Would Make A Difference
One Day I Found Tennis
On Watching Men Play Tennis (Those Men’s’ Legs)
Imagine This World …
Conclusion
Glossary Of Tennis Terms For Your Tennis Game
References
Tennis Connections
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One Day, I Found Tennis

One Day, I Found Tennis

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Early morning tennis always makes me feel like a winner, especially outside in invigorating breezes of fresh air and sunshine. Then, there's tennis under lights! Yes! A friendly game of strategic, athletic, competitive tennis under the beauty of a sunset, is an awesome experience. It's fun, relaxing, and good for the soul. You can leave with your racket in one hand, and tennis balls in the other, feeling as if you won the Tennis U.S. Open.


Bored with her routine workouts, author Diane M. Griffin wanted a different way to exercise-one that would challenge her. But more importantly, she wanted a workout she could enjoy.

Fate intervenes one day when she rides her bike past a tennis court and a handsome man emerges. Immediately attracted to him, Griffin soon discovers that she better learn the game of tennis if she wants to spend time with him. Each time they meet on the court, Griffin falls a little more in love with this striking man-and with the game of tennis.

One Day, I Found Tennis expresses Griffin's personal love affair with tennis. Incorporating poetry, facts about tennis legends, the origin of the sport, and a glossary of tennis terms, Griffin will compel you to pick up a racket and hit the court!
Early morning tennis always makes me feel like a winner, especially outside in invigorating breezes of fresh air and sunshine. Then, there's tennis under lights! Yes! A friendly game of strategic, athletic, competitive tennis under the beauty of a sunset, is an awesome experience. It's fun, relaxing, and good for the soul. You can leave with your racket in one hand, and tennis balls in the other, feeling as if you won the Tennis U.S. Open.


Bored with her routine workouts, author Diane M. Griffin wanted a different way to exercise-one that would challenge her. But more importantly, she wanted a workout she could enjoy.

Fate intervenes one day when she rides her bike past a tennis court and a handsome man emerges. Immediately attracted to him, Griffin soon discovers that she better learn the game of tennis if she wants to spend time with him. Each time they meet on the court, Griffin falls a little more in love with this striking man-and with the game of tennis.

One Day, I Found Tennis expresses Griffin's personal love affair with tennis. Incorporating poetry, facts about tennis legends, the origin of the sport, and a glossary of tennis terms, Griffin will compel you to pick up a racket and hit the court!

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Publish date: May 14, 2007
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