Levels of the Game

By John McPhee
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"Levels of the Game" by John McPhee is a captivating non-fiction book that delves deep into the world of tennis through an in-depth examination of a single match. McPhee intensively dissects every aspect of a 1968 U.S. Open semi-final game between tennis legends Arthur Ashe and Clark Graebner. Immersing readers in the sport, the book explores the psychological and physical strategies employed by the players, their personal backgrounds, and the social context of the game. McPhee's precise prose and expert analysis make "Levels of the Game" a riveting read for tennis enthusiasts and anyone interested in the dynamics of competition and the human condition.
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