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Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario: Fighter, Survivor, Champion Paperback – 10 Nov 2000
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About the Author
Caroline Burnet is currently studying architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology in the United States. Caroline Harding is majoring in Hispanic Studies at the University of Liverpool in England. Both are longtime supporters of Arantxa, having been inspired by her indomitable spirit and relentless will to succeed.
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If you're used to the rich provision of personal anecdotes, gossips, childhood history and details on the off court side of a player in other tennis biograhpies like *Chrissie*, *Monica from fear to victory*, *Steffi: public image, private pain*, you'll find this book exasperating. In a nutshell, the book is but a long and tedious tally of match results by Arantxa Sanchez from her days as a junior player. There is basically nothing in the book that gives you a better idea as to what kind of a person Arantxa is on and off court, or what she likes to do in her spare time, her favourite food, her relationship with her family, her agent, her fellow players. It's quite unimaginatively written and presented.
I do not recommend this book.