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Not only are the two matches covered in the book considered the greatest ever, they mark the golden age of tennis. They made McEnroe a superstar, began Borg's precipitous decline and showed how the game was changing from quiet to loud and wood to metal. * A top tennis writer tells the story of the greatest Wimbledon, the greatest U.S.
Matthew Cronin is the main tennis columnist for Fox Sports and a senior writer for Inside Tennis magazine. He contributes regularly to Reuters and USTA.com and appears fre-quently as a tennis analyst on radio and television stations throughout the United States and abroad. He is the main writer for TennisReporters.net, the award-winning, second-largest pro tennis site in the United States, and is a radio analyst at all the Grand Slams: the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open.