Please suggest names for autobiographies of tennis players (past and present)

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  1. sureshs

    sureshs Bionic Poster

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    Of course they would need to alive today, otherwise it would be a biography LOL.

    Andre Agassi's book is called "Open." I think it suggests that he has opened up, and of course plays on the Open tournaments usage.

    Some ideas:

    Navratilova: OUT

    Nadal: GOAT

    Serena: BIG
     
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    Nadal: I kneed a major on a hard court

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  5. burosky

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    How about "Baaaaaah" which would be for the player who you think should be GOAT. :)
     
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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    i could actually imagin that. Good one :)
     
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    Tim Henman - The art of fail.
     
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    On a serious note if marat safin was ever to come out with a book about his career and everything around it...it would be great.
     
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    Federer - Better than Sampras :)

    Btw, your 90's era isnt looking too strong since pete's cheif rival was high.
     
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    damn Cesc...gotta say if you're gonna bash, atleast be creative. Half-baked insults like these make trolls like gj011 cry (Yes atleast gj011/shouldretire/julesb/goyeji were atleast creative trolling)
     
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    I'm a Roddick fan, but I would totally buy a book called: F**K YOU ROGER! - The Andy Roddick Story.
     
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    Footnote: I actually derailed the Fed Express but my knees didn't allow me to keep him off track :twisted:
     
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    Federer - 'The Crying Game'

    Nadal - 'The Bottom Pick that Finished on Top'

    Djokovic - 'Last Gasp'

    Sharapova - 'Rebel Yell'

    Azarenka - 'Rebel Yell - part II'

    Hewitt - 'Don't Cry for Me Argentina'

    Davydenko - ' ___________________ '

    Venus - 'Sister Sledged'

    Nalbandian - 'The Hunger Within'

    Roddick - 'My Life as Swiss Cheese'
     
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    Someone else wrote this in a similar thread ("the biographies that would never sell?"). And maybe it's just me, but it's just about the funniest thing i've read.

    David Nalbandian - Eat a goat, beat a GOAT.
     
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    An autobiography is the story of someone's life told by that person whether that person is now dead or alive.

    A biography is the story of a person's life told by someone else whether that person is dead or alive,




    Of course they would need to alive today, otherwise it would be a biography LOL.

    Wrong definitions of auto and biography.
     
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  23. Ripper014

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    Why does everyone have Nadal as a GOAT... he is only 23 at perhaps the prime of his career and breaking down... and you are comparing him to Federer who is nearing the end of his at 28.

    People are also comparing a someone who has the record for Grand Slams and has shown how consistantly good he is be reaching how many GS Semi's? Nadal has shown to be a very good player over a short period of time, but is now facing injury issues... and don't forget there are some others coming up as well named... Murray, Del Porto, etc...

    Nadal is a very good player but it is a little early to be using the word GOAT... and how come no one wants to use it on Federer?



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    What on earth does this have to do with a biography or aubiography?

    Off topic. F
     
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  27. pound cat

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    LOL How about


    From Fed Ex to Father Ex to Fade Ex



    Hey, you could make a lot of money writing this bio!!!! Go for it!
     
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    Hehe..

    I like..." From FEDEX to EXFED "
     
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  30. pound cat

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    Maybe it should be from FEDEX to FATHEREX to EXFED


    Well, you've got the title. Now here comes the hard work! LOL
     
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    I like 2 that are already out - You cannot be serious and Winning Ugly
     
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