Hi, all. I have a book out June 1st but available now from the publisher. Its features early tennis history, and some unique and never seen photos from tournaments more than 100 years ago. You can read 2 free chapters and the foreword by Mark Cox at www.tarrantennis.co.uk/GeorgeHillyard.html. There's also an information sheet at www.tarrantennis.co.uk/AI 9781780885490 (MAta01).pdf that tells you all about it. The book is "George Hillyard - the man who moved Wimbledon". Its a description of the beginnings of our sport, the lives of the people who inhabited it, and the way their influence still resonates in the modern game. I absolutely love tennis, and I think that this is an area of our sport that is neglected. The history of tennis – it’s interesting! You can buy from Amazon at www.amazon.co.uk/George-Hillyard-The-Moved-Wimbledon/dp/1780885490 or direct from the publisher with a 20% discount code at www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=2166 Anyway, sorry for the blatant plug. But please have a look if you think you might be interested, and tell your (tennis) friends!