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By MEGHAN NELSONNICHThe sport bible of the world’s elite athletes has a story to tell: an elite athlete in a world that no longer needs him, a world where he can play at a level beyond his capabilities, a doctor who’s just about ready to retire and a world in which it’s possible to play tennis and golf in your early 20s with the same skill.
It’s a story that has played out in a sport that, in recent years, has grown increasingly popular with young people, and has attracted an increasingly large and increasingly diverse group of fans.
The story of the sport bible has long been one of hope for a sport struggling with diminishing talent.
The sport bible is, in its own way, an advocate for young people.
The book is filled with inspiring tales of people who, after winning a major or an Olympic gold medal, had to go to work to pay the bills.
The story of a sport with a young athlete who overcame his fear of heights and a lack of confidence in himself and his ability to play the game of tennis, golf and football is also told.
But it’s the story of tennis that the book most resonates with its audience.
A lot of young tennis players struggle to find tennis coaches and have to rely on their own coaches.
It’s not just the kids who struggle.
It affects their parents, their parents’ parents.
It also affects the people around them.
And it’s a very hard-hitting story for most tennis players to accept, as their peers try to help them through it.
There is an undercurrent of doubt that young tennis player is the right person for a career that requires them to be physically and mentally strong, to be a leader and a self-reliant player.
It seems that for most young tennis fans, tennis is a career in decline.
In the early 2000s, many young tennis pros were still coming out of the closet and playing for the first time.
They needed to prove to themselves that they could play at the top level and that they were able to work hard.
A lot of them did, and they were rewarded with big money and the chance to play in big tournaments.
But the same young players who were making big money were also losing it.
They weren’t the same athletes who were dominating the sport.
They weren’t making as much money.
They were just not winning the big tournaments anymore.
And the pressure was just increasing on them to perform at a high level.
That’s when tennis got really hard.
It started with injuries, not only to the players, but also to the coaches and to the young players themselves.
The number of injuries in tennis grew from about 500 per year in the early 1990s to more than 1,000 in 1998, according to the World Tennis Association.
The number of players who had lost their ability to recover from an injury had more than doubled.
It was so bad that the players were afraid to take the game seriously anymore.
It wasn’t just a problem for young players.
Tennis players who became older, and were still learning the game, had a harder time adjusting.
They became more reliant on their coaches, who in turn needed to be careful about what they were teaching young players to do.
The players were also beginning to think less and less of the game.
For example, the younger players were now starting to look for other sports.
And some of those younger players weren’t going to be able to find a tennis coach.
Some were going to have to quit.
They’re not going to play anymore.
The problem wasn’t the players.
The problem was the sport itself.
There was a decline in the popularity of tennis in the mid-1990s and 2000s.
The younger players and the players’ parents who supported them had lost faith in the sport and the coaches who had guided them to success.
The sport lost some of its appeal and became more popular with people who were just getting into the sport, or just looking for a new challenge.
The young players, their families and their coaches were left wondering how the sport was going to survive in the future.
The decline in popularity of the sports in the 1990s and early 2000 and the rise of the young player, the rise in the use of smartphones and social media, and the popularity and popularity of sports-specific apps on social media made the sport even more appealing.
It also made it harder for the young people who have become successful in the game to make their mark in the world of tennis.
At the same time, there was also an increase in the amount of money that the young athletes were making, which increased the pressure on the players to perform well.
The young players’ demands were getting even more difficult.
They had to earn more money to support themselves, to buy more equipment and to pay for a trainer.