This is a must read, I have just finished it this weekend and can truly say one of the best sports books I have read. It is truthful, open, vivid, with a humorous streak running through it. It threatened to be self-pitying and deprecating with the honesty that he portrays but I didn’t feel sorry for him as much as respect him for his honesty.
The highlights include the inner monologue he goes through during his matches and the awareness of his thoughts he recalls from both the highs and the lows is fantastic. He does things I will not condone but overall you can’t help but like him and the way he describes the story of him and his soul mate Stephanie Graff is great without being too soppy.
I won’t spoil the rest but I give it 5 stars.