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Give a Tennis Book Instead of Trophy
For example, THE RABBIT'S SUFFERING CHANGES, a novel telling the inspiring story of the last British man to play in the finals of Wimbledon
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PostDate: 12/11/2012
Contact Greg Wilkin
978 747 4124
gwilkin@andover.edu
Classified type: Tennis Professional
Classified location: Andover
 We all have attics full of trophies, which will mean less and less to our loved ones down the generations. When I give an award, I like to inscribe it to my player.  And I like to think a good tennis book can be passed on to others in the family, and the honorific is still there, on the inside.  For a college player, a book says something about the life of the mind. Take a look at that book about Bunny Austin. Or Jay Jennings' collection.  (The titles are The Rabbit's Suffering Changes and Tennis and the Meaning of Life.)