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August 15, 2016

What It's Like To Pick Up Tennis In Your 50s

Gerald Marzorati began playing in his 50s. He got a book deal out of it—and a pretty good one-handed backhand.

Carl Bialik

Gerald Marzorati was almost 55 when it occurred to him that he should try to be a tennis player. He loved watching tennis and was in good shape, but he'd hardly played the sport. He'd spent most of his adult life editing magazines, and now Marzorati wanted to try to get better at something new, something difficult, something he couldn't learn by reading.

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- posted on Dec 09, 16
Tom Flynn

Just (belatedly) spotting this. Great article, Carl.

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