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A brilliant, Christ-centred autobiography from one of the biggest names in modern tennis.
Often characterised on court as David facing Goliath, 5'9" Michael Chang has learned to rely on more than just brute strength against tennis's big hitters. What he lacks in stature, he make sup for in determination and reliance on a higher power.
A serious contender at any Grand Slam event, Chang's bold statement of faith in God makes him a role model we should all look up to. "As long as my priorities are straight," he says, "I'm able to go out with the mentality to really leave the winning and losing up to the Lord."
Now in his early thirties and approaching retirement, Chang has had one of the most remarkable tennis careers of the modern era. A contemporary of Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi, he burst on to the international scene by winning the French Open title aged just 17. He was ranked within the top ten players in the world throughout most of the 1990s, but caused controversy by constantly attributing his success to God.