Little Pancho

Little Pancho

The Life of Tennis Legend Pancho Segura

eBook - 2009
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Born into a poor family in Ecuador, Pancho Segura was an undersized and undernourished kid working as a ball boy at an exclusive tennis club when he first picked up a racket. Little Pancho is the story of how this improbable athlete, with his bandy legs, infectious smile, and unorthodox two-handed style of play, became one of the greatest and most beloved tennis players of all time. During his twenty years in pro tennis, general audiences appreciated his spirit as a master entertainer, while tennis fans adored him.
Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2009
ISBN: 9780803224674
0803224672
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 210 pages, [44] pages of plates) : illustrations

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