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Strokes of Genius doc ☆ and the Greatest Match Ever Played Î eyltransferservices Ð [Reading] ➮ Strokes of Genius: Federer, Nadal, and the Greatest Match Ever Played ➶ L. Jon Wertheim – Eyltransferservices.co.uk In the 2008 Wimbledon men's final Center Court was a stagIn the 2008 Wimbledon men's final Center Court was a stage set worthy of Shakespearean drama Five time champion Roger Federer was on track to take his rightful place as the most dominant player in the history of the game He just needed to cling to his trajectory So in the last few moments of daylight Center Court witnessed a coronation Only it wasn't a crowning for the Swiss heir apparent but for a swashbuckling Spaniard Twenty two year old Rafael Nadal prevailed in five sets in what was according to the author essentially a four hour 48 minute infomercial for everything that is right about tennis a festival of skill accuracy grace strength speed endurance determination and sportsmanship It was also the encapsulation of a fascinating rivalry hard fought and of historic proportions  Strokes of Genius deconstructs this defining moment in sport using that match as the backbone of a provocative thoughtful and entertaining look at the science art psychology technology strategy and personality that go into a single tennis match With vivid intimate detail Wertheim re creates this epic battle in a book that is both a study of the mechanics and art of the game and the portrait of a rivalry as dramatic as that of Ali Frazier Palmer Nicklaus and McEnroe Borg

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In the 2008 Wimbledon men's final Center Court was a stage set worthy of Shakespearean drama Five time champion Roger Federer was on track to take his rightful place as the most dominant player in the history of the game He just needed to cling to his trajectory So in the last few moments of daylight Center Court witnessed a coronation Only it wasn't a crowning for the Swiss heir apparent but for a swashbuckling Spaniard Twenty two year old Rafael Nadal prevailed in five sets in what was according to the author essentially a four hour 48 minute infomercial for everything that is right about tennis a festival of skill accuracy grace strength speed endurance determination and sportsmanship It was also the encapsulation of a fascinating rivalry hard fought and of historic proportions  Strokes of Genius deconstructs this defining moment in sport using that match as the backbone of a provocative thoughtful and entertaining look at the science art psychology technology strategy and personality that go into a single tennis match With vivid intimate detail Wertheim re creates this epic battle in a book that is both a study of the mechanics and art of the game and the portrait of a rivalry as dramatic as that of Ali Frazier Palmer Nicklaus and McEnroe Borg

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Strokes of Genius Federer Nadal and the Greatest Match Ever PlayedIn the 2008 Wimbledon men's final Center Court was a stage set worthy of Shakespearean drama Five time champion Roger Federer was on track to take his rightful place as the most dominant player in the history of the game He just needed to cling to his trajectory So in the last few moments of daylight Center Court witnessed a coronation Only it wasn't a crowning for the Swiss heir apparent but for a swashbuckling Spaniard Twenty two year old Rafael Nadal prevailed in five sets in what was according to the author essentially a four hour 48 minute infomercial for everything that is right about tennis a festival of skill accuracy grace strength speed endurance determination and sportsmanship It was also the encapsulation of a fascinating rivalry hard fought and of historic proportions  Strokes of Genius deconstructs this defining moment in sport using that match as the backbone of a provocative thoughtful and entertaining look at the science art psychology technology strategy and personality that go into a single tennis match With vivid intimate detail Wertheim re creates this epic battle in a book that is both a study of the mechanics and art of the game and the portrait of a rivalry as dramatic as that of Ali Frazier Palmer Nicklaus and McEnroe Borg