Game Changer: My Tennis Life Audible –

Paul McNamee is very intense, has loads of nervous energy, can be annoying and brilliant at almost the same time, is extremely competitive, and has an undeniable love and passion for the sport of tennis Hey, that sounds a lot like me John McEnroe, from the introductionPaul McNamee is a legendary figure in Australian tennis From his early days as a talented Melbourne teenager, McNamee became a top international player, conquering Wimbledon and the Australian Open with his doubles partner, Peter McNamara Along the way he shared a court with such luminaries as Rod Laver, Martina Navratilova, John McEnroe, and Bjorn BorgJust as important have been his contributions to the evolution of the sport as the driving force behind the Hopman Cup and the reinvention of the Australian Open he was its CEO until, and as a coach McNamee continues to be a strong influence on the international game he coached the winner of theWimbledon ladies doubles, Taiwanese champion player Hsieh Su weiPublishing to coincide with the US Open in , Game Changer is a book for everyone who enjoys the game and anyone who has wondered about the locker room antics and the fun and drama behind the management of major tournamentsThis is Paul McNamee s storycandid, compelling, and insightful The story of an ever changing life in tennis

4 thoughts on “Game Changer: My Tennis Life

  1. mr s.wilson mr s.wilson says:

    This book is a must for tennis fans as Paul McNamee takes us on a journey through his own playing career from junior to veteran and also takes us behind the scenes of tournament management at Hopton Cup and Australian Open

  2. Mr. D. P. Purcell Mr. D. P. Purcell says:

    Exactly what my son wanted very pleased

  3. Joyce Buchan Joyce Buchan says:

    I have been involved in tennis all my life and found Paul s book very informative, we are lucky to have someone like Paul who thinks beyond the boundaries, as a sporting administrator I found it inspiring.

  4. vicki Edo vicki Edo says:

    A great insight to Paul and his tenacity to improve and excel not just on the court I would recommend.