In the recently published book “The Greatest Jewish Tennis Players Of All Time,” longtime sportswriter Sandra Harwitt details the best and most influential Jewish tennis players and by doing so reveals a historical look at the sport. The book offers fascinating biographies detailing stories of break-out success, breaking down barriers and different roads taken from the 1920s to today, including a real life titled baron, a player prevented from playing by the Nazis, a player who played the men’s and women’s tour, the only fully Jewish player to rank number one, and the Israeli denied entry into a country to play a WTA tournament in the 21st Century. And there’s quite a few surprise facts readers won’t expect.
Since being published “The Greatest Jewish Tennis Players Of All Time” has consistently trended on Amazon’s Top 100 lists, even occupying Top 10 positions, in multiple categories: tennis books, racket sports books, Jewish history and Jewish biographies.
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