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Summary of The Singles Game by Lauren Weisberger | Includes Analysis Preview: The Singles Game, a novel by Lauren Weisberger, follows the rising star of Charlotte “Charlie” Silver, a 24-year-old tennis pro who has set her sights on winning her first Grand Slam tournament. Through tribulations that include an injury, an abusive coach, and countless grueling practice sessions and games, Charlie comes to realize that the old saying is true: It’s not whether she wins or loses that matters; it’s how she plays the game. Charlie’s story begins on one of the most exciting days of her life, the first time in her career she plays at Wimbledon. Her happiness is pierced by a piece of distressing news she receives just moments before her game begins. The soles of Charlie’s shoes, which are pink, are against the tournament’s regulation white, a detail that both Marcy, her coach, and Nike, her corporate sponsor, somehow overlooked. The alternate shoes that Charlie is forced to… PLEASE NOTE: This is summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of The Singles Game by Lauren Weisberger | Includes Analysis · Summary of the Book · Important People · Character Analysis · Analysis of the Themes and Author’s Style About the Author With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways and analyze them for your convenience. Visit our website at instaread.co.
“The Game of Badminton” contains a concise guide to the game of badminton, with information on tactics and strategy for singles play. Badminton is a racket sport whereby a shuttlecock is hit back and forth across a net. Although larger teams are possible, it is most commonly played in "singles" (with one player per side) and "doubles" (with two players per side). This volume contains all the information needed to learn the game of badminton, and as such it is highly recommended for new players. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of the rugby.
Are you tired of casual relationships and playing 'the game'? Do you want to settle down, but can't seem to be able to find the right person? Have you just come out of a long-term relationship, or had your heart badly broken? Do you worry that nobody will love you again? If any of this sounds familiar, you may have fallen into the Single Trap. You are not alone. For the first time ever, the number of single-person households in the UK is about to outnumber those with families. In this ground-breaking book, marital therapist Andrew G. Marshall diagnoses the underlying social trends and sets out his two-step guide to freeing yourself from the trap and finding lasting love. He explains: - The defences that stop us getting hurt but also serve as barriers to potential new relationships - How like attracts like, and how to work on balancing yourself to bring similarly balanced people into your life - New ways to search for a partner that encourage an open mind and more fulfilling emotional connections - How to tell if you and your new man or woman have the makings of a successful long-term partnership Marshall has spent nearly twenty-five years helping people untangle their love lives, communicate better and find true happiness. In this practical and thought-provoking book, he combines the latest research into relationships with years of counselling experience to design a programme that works.
The proceedings of the Second World Congress of Science and Racket Sports and Fifth International Table Tennis Federation Sports Science Congress contain six keynote lectures which provide the latest research on a range of sport science topics as applied to tennis, table tennis, squash and badminton. The book is divided into six parts which deal respectively with Physiology, Nutrition, Preparation for Play, Psychological Aspects, Medical, Biomedical and Technical Aspects, and finally Notational Analysis. Sports scientists, coaches, physiotherapists, physicians and professional from racket sports industries will find that this book gives them access to the latest research from a world-wide group of experts. It will also provide an invaluable resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The editors have expertise in racket sports as well as in the various scientific disciplines covered at the Congresses. They have all been active in promoting the links between scientific theory and coaching practice.
This reference outlines a tactical approach to teaching sport skills, with detailed lesson and unit plans and a DVD-ROM containing reproducibles and videos of sample lessons. Elementary lessons teach basic concepts and tactics, while lessons for middle and high school students delve more deeply into 12 sports. This text also includes a NASPE standards-linked Game Performance Assessment Instrument (GPAI).
Featured in this book are: Valuable advice on practice, skills, techniques, team spirit, self-control and all aspects of playing bowls Photographs of top players in action Information boxes containing Key Points and Useful Tips Sequence photographs and detailed diagrams in colour Introduction to rules and equipment
Peter Wolfe's new book isn't just a groundbreaking introduction to one of today's leading American playwrights; it's also a subtle, carefully nuanced critique. This first book-length monograph on Terrence McNally shows how McNally's decades in the theater have both deepened and refined his thoughts on subjects like growing up gay in mannish, homophobic Texas, Shakespeare's legacy in contemporary drama, and the life-giving power of forgiveness. McNally believes that the ability to forgive confirms our humanity because the wrongs perpetrated against us usually don't deserve to be forgiven. Putting them behind us, he knows, too, challenges the most high-minded. He likens this to the idea, from Edward Albee's Zoo Story, of having to go a great distance out of our way to cover a short distance correctly. This journey, he views as vital. Wolfe shows how his impeccable timing, his instinct for a good laugh line, and his preference for physical sensation and character over plot helps him reveal both what's important to his people and why his people are important. These revelations will shake up your preconceptions. Often shaking your sides with laughter, too, they leave you in a better place?while providing, to boot, a great evening at the theater.