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Tim Adams has been an editor at Granta and literary editor of the Observer, where he now writes full-time. An occasional tennis correspondent and scratchy parks player, he once lost in straight sets to Martin Amis and served a whole game of double faults to Annabel Croft. He lives in London.

On Being John McEnroe Tim Adams

A wonderful exploration into the idea of sporting obsession- and a fantastic addition to the Yellow Jersey On series.

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