7 edition of You Cannot Be Serious found in the catalog.
June 3, 2003
by Berkley Trade
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||352|
You Cannot Be Serious, New York: Putnam's, Octavo, first edition, pp. , gray paper-covered boards quarter-bound in gray cloth with gray lettering stamped into spine, halftone photo plates, signed on the title page by McEnroe, who was helped in the writing by James Edition: First Edition. "You Cannot Be Serious" is McEnroe at his most personal--a no-holds-barred examination of contemporary tennis, his championship seasons, his cantankerous on-court behavior, his marriages, fatherhood, senior tennis tour players, controversial TV .
You Cannot Be Serious (Book): McEnroe, John: John McEnroe was just eighteen years old when he stunned the world by making it to the Wimbledon semifinals in Three years later, he was ranked number one in the world. Here he explores his famous on-court explosions, his adventures and misadventures on the road, his colleagues, and his role as a father, husband, . You Cannot Be Serious Author McEnroe, John Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Near Fine Jacket condition Near Fine Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher G.P. Putnam Place of Publication NY Date published LCCN Bookseller catalogs Biography; Signed Books;.
Buy You Cannot Be Serious Reprint by McEnroe, John, Kaplan, James (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(6). You Cannot Be Serious John McEnroe;James Kaplan. From Publishers Weekly The book grew out of a profile Kaplan wrote for the New Yorker two summers ago. That piece managed to present McEnroe as affable without diluting what is essentially brash and true about the star, and one wishes a little more of that boldness would have crept in here.
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About You Cannot Be Serious. A no-holds-barred, intimate memoir by John McEnroe—the bad boy of professional tennis. John McEnroe stunned the tennis elite when he came out of nowhere to make the Wimbledon semifinals at the age of eighteen—and just a few years later, he was ranked number one in the Cannot Be Serious.
You Cannot Be Serious (ISBN in the USA, Serious ISBN in the UK) is a book written by the world's former #1 tennis player John McEnroe (with James Kaplan). McEnroe details life behind the scenes on the tennis tour and provides the reader with a very candid look at his personal life and struggles.
And then of course, there’s the titular rule: you cannot be serious. It’s not always easy to follow that suggestion when money is tight, relationships are tense, or times are tough, but never is it more important to focus on the good things.
Perhaps that’s what I loved most about You Cannot Be Serious: I smiled the entire time I read it. Get this from a library. You cannot be serious. [John McEnroe; James Kaplan] -- The author describes his rise to success in the world of professional tennis, his controversial on-court behavior, his marriages to actress Tatum O'Neal and pop star Patty Smyth, and his current.
You Cannot Be Serious is McEnroe at his most personal, a no-holds-barred examination of Johnny Mac, the kid from Queens, and his “wild ride” through the world of professional tennis at a boom time when players were treated like rock stars/5(54). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Responsibility: John McEnroe with James Kaplan.
You cannot be serious User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. McEnroe, the feisty New Yorker whose brilliant serve-and-volley style of play was at times overshadowed by his on-court antics, captured 17 Grand Slam championships during a 5/5(1).
You Cannot Be Seroius by James Kaplan & John McEnroe. A Great book for anyone to read. You don't have to be a tennis player to enjoy this book. If you are looking for a book to improve your tennis game, then this is not the right book for you/5(7).
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Sign in to make your opinion count. Rating is. YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS John McEnroe, Author, James Kaplan, With with James Kaplan. Putnam $ (p) ISBN The book grew out of a profile Kaplan wrote for the New Yorker two. You Cannot Be Serious is McEnroe at his most personal, an intimate examination of Johnny Mac, the kid from Queens, and his “wild ride” through the world of professional tennis at a boom time when players were treated like rock stars.4/5.
"You Cannot Be Serious!" The Gospel of Mark, existentialized. J ohn Carroll's The Existential Jesus, first issued in Australia in but not available from an American publisher until this year, feeds mainly on the Gospel of Mark, chews especially hard on Jesus' statement, "I am," when he's walking on the water, and treats John's Gospel as a.
'You Cannot Be Serious!: The Graphic Guide to Tennis' by Mark Hodgkinson is a fun collection of infographics about big time tennis. Starting with a brief overview of the rules, there then follow pages of graphics on food served at big matches, player serve speeds and more.
There are bios of all the big names like Federer and Williams and Connors. If you call yourself a tennis enthusiast, suffice to say you're not one in my book if you haven't read You Cannot Be Serious. The always irreverent Johnny Mac takes the reader behind the scenes of his meteoric and sudden rise to the top of the tennis world as a teenager as well as his difficult, if not tumultuous, ride down when he was married to Tatum O'Neal/5().You Cannot Be Serious Book Summary and Study Guide.
John McEnroe Booklist John McEnroe Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of You Cannot Be Serious; John McEnroe was born on Februin Wiesbaden, Germany, where his father was stationed with the U.S. Air Force and then he grew up in the Long Island suburb of Douglaston, NY.You Cannot Be Serious is McEnroe at his most personal, a no-holds-barred examination of Johnny Mac, the kid from Queens, and his “wild ride” through the world of professional tennis at a boom time when players were treated like rock stars.