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Dreieinhalb Stunden später folgte bei der zweite Unterbruch, wieder wurde es zu dunkel. Am dritten Tag brauchte es dann noch 20 Games, bis das Match doch noch einen Sieger fand.
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Info OK. There was quite a bit of repetition and the organizational structure of the book was quite loose. But what do I know, may it was just fine and deserved all 5 stars.
Jul 27, R. This is a fascinating read that blends history, sport, and inspiration. The events in the book are focused primarily in Europe, pre-WWII; but the span of the book reaches from the beginning of tennis to modern day.
Marshall Jon Fisher's writing style is lyrical, almost hypnotic at times, and he tells this true story in such a heart-filled way that I was truly sorry when th This is a fascinating read that blends history, sport, and inspiration.
Marshall Jon Fisher's writing style is lyrical, almost hypnotic at times, and he tells this true story in such a heart-filled way that I was truly sorry when the book came to an end.
The writing is dense and therefore demands a careful read so be prepared to take your time. The research done in preparation for this book had to be massive, and you will learn something intriguing on every page.
You don't have to be a tennis fan to enjoy this book - it is history first, tennis second. Highly recommended. I have a guilty pleasure which is tennis and I've become a fan of the genre of tennis books.
But this book was surprisingly inte I have a guilty pleasure which is tennis and I've become a fan of the genre of tennis books. But this book was surprisingly interesting and tense and full of ambiguities a German from Nazi Germany plays against a young American, and you find yourself sympathetic to both athletes -- especially the German who is playing for much more than winning a tennis match, He is playing for his life It is odd when tennis, in a book that ostensibly focuses on the sport, is the least interesting thing in the book.
This book is so chock full of wartime depictions and historical blurbs that most history buffs, not just tennis fans, would be entranced.
I'm not sure about the objective veracity of some of the facts as reported by Fisher, and I'm pretty sure there's a fair amount of creative license being employed for maximum dramatic effect when it comes to the players' interactions, but the mixt It is odd when tennis, in a book that ostensibly focuses on the sport, is the least interesting thing in the book.
I'm not sure about the objective veracity of some of the facts as reported by Fisher, and I'm pretty sure there's a fair amount of creative license being employed for maximum dramatic effect when it comes to the players' interactions, but the mixture of tennis legends, sportsmanship and World War II makes for an immensely captivating read.
The true story was a hell of a lot of fun, it works well as a general work on the political environment of pre-World War II Europe, and there's more than enough twists and turns to go around.
I wish it had a little more structure, but that's a minor nitpick. Very well-researched and interesting story on Davis Cup; interwoven with the various political issues of the time; great storytelling.
For anyone interested in tennis or for those who love the tale of a great historic moment populated with strong, charismatic characters, this is a fine read.
Fascinating account of tennis as the world steamrolls toward WWII.. So many intriguing stories and amazing people. Even those who don't love tennis will find this book engrossing.
This is a well-told tale of a sporting event in the s. While that might not seem like the subject of a good year, it is.
There is a lot going on beneath the surface of this tennis match that makes the story so compelling. Fisher does a good job of weaving the stories of the participants in the match with a social history of the times: the Great Depression endures, war looms in Europe, spectator sports have become an important element of current society, Nazis seize power in Germany, etc..
Fi This is a well-told tale of a sporting event in the s. Fisher also discusses the mores of the times and places in the story and links the tennis match to them as both a snapshot of the times and an omen of what lies ahead.
If you like tennis read the book. If you want a different perspective on Europe and the US in the s, read this book.
While Budge was representing America, von Cramm represented Germany. But since he had refused to join the Nazi party, in some ways, von Cramm was playing for his life.
It was generally thought if he failed to bring home the Davis Cup for Germany, he would be arrested. The book covers the match in detail, but it is much more than that.
It discusses the history of tennis, but also the hi Don Budge and Gottfried von Cramm played a wonderful tennis match at Wimbledon in to decide the Davis Cup.
It discusses the history of tennis, but also the history leading up to World War II. A great story. Inside the dependable white rectangle, everything made sense.
Fascinating read about the greatest match in tennis history. So many great characters fill these pages despite a little too much instant replay of a lot of tennis games.
If you like tennis as well as a history buff, this book is for you. Great writing and a riveting story and part of history I had never known about before.
Terrific book. With the background history from world war one and going forward this is a great historical novel.
The tennis information is excellent if you're a fan, as I am , but you don't have to love tennis to enjoy this book. Great character development! I would recommend it highly.
This would be more enjoyable if I loved sports writing or tennis. Interesting, how a single match could mean so much to one person--the Nazis at his back--and overall more depressing than I'd guessed it would be.
May 31 -- Star Tribune One was a German aristocrat, the epitome of elegance and sportsmanship. The other was a homely American raised on public tennis courts.
Between them stood the net at Center Court in Wimbledon and a web of international tension. Again, an international sporting event would be a proxy for polit May 31 -- Star Tribune One was a German aristocrat, the epitome of elegance and sportsmanship.
Again, an international sporting event would be a proxy for political struggle. The United States was slogging through the Great Depression.
Germany was free-falling into fascism. For Budge, national pride was on the line. For Cramm, much more. His refusal to join the Nazi party had made him untrustworthy.
Worse, the Nazis were persecuting homosexuals and they knew his secret. An American with a big ego and a problematic private life, Tilden was snubbed by U.
Weaving those three large strands together with the gay bar scene in Weimar Berlin, the rise of Nazi Germany and a litany of worldwide tennis matches would be a challenge for any writer, and Fisher winds up in a tangle in several places.
But he makes up for it in the climactic chapter. Cramm had taken the first two sets. Budge battled back to take the next two. In the final set, the champions pushed each other to five match points.
With the sun setting on Center Court, with Queen Mary, Hollywood celebrities and German Jewish expatriates looking on, the hopes of nations collided in the greatest tennis match ever played.
This is the potentially fascinating history of three tennis players and one of the most important tennis matches of all time -- the Davis Cup match between the US and Germany.
What makes it interesting is the three protagonists or at least two of them and the world they found themselves in.
The American Don Budge faced off against the German Gottfried von Cramm, who was coached, unofficially, by perhaps the best tennis player of all time, Bill Tilden.
Von Cramm is almost the archetype Ger This is the potentially fascinating history of three tennis players and one of the most important tennis matches of all time -- the Davis Cup match between the US and Germany.
Von Cramm is almost the archetype German aristocrat, faced off for the match of his life against an opponent he can't quite beat.
He is also secretly, or perhaps not so secretly, gay, with the Nazis on his tale. Only his prominence as an athlete keeps him safe. Tilden the master of the sport a decade before, and still among the best players in the world, is a pro, and thus ineligible for the Davis cup.
He is also gay, and according to the book, grows more affected the older he gets. He and Von Cramm did not have a sexual relationship, but one assumes they had a strong bond.
This is a wonderful backdrop for a scintillating historical novel. The evil of the Nazis, the thrill of sport, the tension of being a closeted gay athlete.
International drama with lives at stake, played out in incredibly high stakes and tense matches, in an era in which players disputed calls in their favor when they thought them wrong.
Unfortunately this isn't a novel, and the author is constrained to stay close to the facts, so we have no internal dialog. We don't know what either Tilden or Von Cramm were feeling except on rare occasions.
We are told there is tension in the world but don't feel it. On the other hand we are treated to the play by play of the matches, who hit what shot to win what point.
To me, that is petty drama, and prose play by play of sporting events is simply not thrilling, even if the even was.
The best tennis match of all time doesn't make the best or most interesting prose of all time. Too often I waited for the matches to be over for the drama to begin.
Gift to Matt, who then read it and highly recommended it to me. Really enjoyed this book, in that it placed this amazing match in the context of world politics, as well as social mores.
I am giving it four stars because of two things, equally divided between the reader and the writer: 1 I glazed over with the amount of details on the actual games, which is completely my shortcoming still can't figure out accurately the tennis terminology after all these years , and 2 there was so much detail Gift to Matt, who then read it and highly recommended it to me.
I am giving it four stars because of two things, equally divided between the reader and the writer: 1 I glazed over with the amount of details on the actual games, which is completely my shortcoming still can't figure out accurately the tennis terminology after all these years , and 2 there was so much detail and great research but it became, I noticed, a bit repetitive at points as if the writer realized that he had to back up again and remind the reader of a particular person's details again before launching into more great information.
For the second reason, it is often difficult to put down and return to a few days later, if not already deeply tied into the world and history of tennis.
Despite that, I am in awe of the amount of work that went into the book, the story and the people discussed, in particular Cramm and Budge a bit horrified and saddened by the story of Tilden.
Definitely worth a read for anyone interested in World War 2, LGBT history or tennis Notes: p Thurber on watching Wimbledon on television new media : "It was a cloudy day, but the little miracle came off beautifully.
Budge, the size of your index finger, against Parker, the size of your little finger, wielding match-stem racquets hitting a speck of white.
YOu could hear the impact of the racquets, the judge's droning count, and the barking of the linesmen.
You could see the tiny, tense faces in the stands, the tiny heads moving in unison, following the infinitesimal ball… It was like watching a photograph in an album come to life.
Extremely interesting, but not entirely satisfactory, because you can't get a grasp or feeling of the match as a whole.
Great story. Thought about giving it 4 stars. The title talks about 3 extraordinary men but the focus is primarily on two of them.
It revolves around one of the greatest tennis matches of all time, the deciding 5th match of the Davis Cup interzone final between Germany and the United States in played by Don Budge and Baron Gottfried von Cramm.
I had never heard of von Cramm or Bill Tilden, who was the other one of the 3 the book focused on. Both it turned out were gay and each had problems b Great story.
Both it turned out were gay and each had problems because of this when being homosexual was not accepted.
Both enjoyed Berlin in Weimar Germany but it became hell when the Nazis took over. It was fascinating learning about the early years of tennis.
Who knew that the Davis Cup is called that because a Harvard student named Davis and a couple of friends decided to start an international competition.
He went down and bought the trophy at a store in Boston and the rest is history. It was also really interesting getting an insight into the politics of the time through the viewpoint of these tennis matches.
I say matches because the book covers a number of them besides the one that is the main focus of the book. The problem I had with the book and was the reason for only 3 stars was that it didn't flow very well.
It jumped back and forth in time and was very hard to follow at times. It also repeated some things.
Bits and pieces of the main match that the book focuses on is spread out throughout the book. If the organization had been better, would have gotten more stars.
Still a good book though. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Tennis in the s was a different game than today. The players were amatuers earning only travel expenses and meals although a little padding of the bills was tolerated.
Frank Parker - with a far more scandalous romance still a secret - created a stir at Wimbledon by wearing shorts instead of the white linen pants worn by everyone in the game.
Also Davis Cup matches - seeded with US and Western European countries - served as proxies for a fast coming world war. The book is ultimately about one Tennis in the s was a different game than today.
The book is ultimately about one singles match in the Davis Cup; while not the last match of the tourney it would decide whether Germany or the US won the cup.
Don Budge, the American, learned tennis on public courts in California. He was married to a princess of Jewish heritage. He was also a known homosexual.
Von Cramm, ranked 1 in the world, had lost to Budge weeks earlier in the Wimbledon final. Von Cramm's orientation, his wife's race, and their aristrocratic backgrounds made them marked suspects in Nazi Germany.
Despite this Gottfried has value for and protection from the Nazis as the world's best tennis player. As the younger Budge is starting to ecllipse Von Cramm as 1 only a few people in the world realize he now plays every match for his life.
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Dabei sah es nach dem Erfolg der Russen aus. Safin servierte bei zum Matchgewinn für Russland. Die Argentinier wehrten zwei Matchbälle ab, kamen zurück ins Spiel und nahmen wenig später Kafelnikov den Aufschlag zum Matchgewinn ab.
Mit einem Safin, der so serviert, dachte ich nicht, dass es möglich ist, zurückzukommen. Im Tennis ist es aber oft so: Wir haben zwei Matchbälle abgewehrt, dann war es an uns, das Match zu beenden", sagte Arnold Kerr hinterher.
Den Argentiniern brachte der Doppelpunkt aber nichts. Russland zog ins Davis-Cup-Finale ein und gewann auch den Titel.
Schaut man auf das Ergebnis der Sätze vier und fünf, kann man sich vorstellen, dass dieses Match noch weitaus länger hätte gehen können.
Wobei natürlich auch dazu gesagt werden muss, dass es noch keinen Tiebreak im Davis Cup gab. Dieser wurde erst in diesem Wettbewerb eingeführt.
Becker und McEnroe brauchten knapp fünf Stunden für drei Sätze. Freundliche Worte für McEnroe fand er aber nicht.
Er wird genau wissen warum. Becker gab später zu Bedenken, dass "es ein Krieg war". McEnroe war nach Niederlage geknickt.
Ich habe alles gegeben, was ich konnte. Ich wünschte nur, das Ergebnis wäre anders. Alleine der dritte Satz dauerte dabei Stunden. Es ist hart, dort gegen einen Jährigen herauszugehen und nicht zu wissen, was man als nächstes tun soll.
Ich wusste, dass er fähig ist, gut zu spielen. Er war völlig aufgedreht zu spielen" sagte McEnore nach dem Match. Unvorstellbar, aber dennoch wahr!
Nelson damals Nummer 93 und Hepner damals Nummer spielten sich in der ersten Runde den Ball über Stunden im langsamen Tempo zu, anders kann man es bei dieser langen Spielzeit auch nicht bezeichnen.
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Erst wurde die Spielzeit, die Nelson und Hepner hingelegt hatten, übertroffen. Besonders kurios verlief der Tiebreak im zweiten Satz, der unfassbare Stunden andauerte.
Irgendwann bekam eine Frau auf der Tribüne einen hysterischen Lachanfall und musste vom Platz geführt werden. Home Sport Amerikaner gewinnt längstes Tennismatch aller Zeiten.
Bundesliga 2. Mehr zum Thema. Sport Wimbledon Petzschner verpasst die Sensation gegen Nadal. Themen Tennis Wimbledon. Der fünfte Satz wurde wegen Dunkelheit auf den nächsten Tag verschoben.
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Um Uhr stellten die beiden dann den Rekord des längsten Tennis-Matches ein, genug hatten sie immer noch nicht.
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