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Publisher's Summary

There has never been a period in history where tennis has been so rich in iconic personalities, and recent times have seen more astonishing, history-making stories than ever before. Small wonder, then, that Neil Harman, who this season celebrates a decade at the helm of The Times tennis coverage, should want to share the tales he has lived through in a book that drips personality, excitement, drama and intrigue from first page to last.
Court Confidential gets right to the heart of what makes the game tick with frank, in-depth interviews with all the leading players, their coaching staff, their agents and managers, with fresh insights and the strong personal views for which Harman is known. Court Confidential will appeal to tennis aficionados everywhere, from the casual observer to the ultra knowledgeable. Fast-paced, high entertainment, controversial, informative, this is all that a really good sporting book should be.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 02-03-18

The ludicrous accents are extremely off putting and annoying

I bought the book as I was interested to hear first hand accounts from the professional Tennis tour, written by someone with such a close connection to the tour.

The stories and detail are all very enjoyable and the book itself can’t be faulted for detail or interest.

However, (and sadly this is the main reason for my review) the absolutely ludicrous flitting in and out of strange accents to apparently represent the voices of the players is just bizarre and completely distracting!

I found it hard to believe at first when I started the audiobook, but the more I listened I just found it so annoying that I had to stop listening as I couldn’t take it anymore. A shame as I would have liked to have heard more, but the ongoing voiceovers made it sound like some sort of poor parody and completely distracted from my enjoyment of listening to the stories.

I’m sure the written book is well worth a read though.

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