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Kim Clijsters

Kim Clijsters

First and Only Official Career Overview

By (author) Filip Dewulf
By (author) Wilfried de Jong


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  • The first and only complete and authorised visual biography of the career of the Belgian tennis player Kim Clijsters
  • Presenting the 30 defining moments of Clijsters' career, written by the Belgian tennis journalist Filip Dewulf and an interview with Kim by the Dutch sports presentator Wilfried de Jong
  • Exclusive photography from the best archives and photo collections in the world
  • With quotations by top international players: Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Mats Wilander, Andy Roddick, John McEnroe, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Steffi Graf, Victoria Azarenka, Martina Navratilova among others
Full Description

Tennis player Kim Clijsters built up an impressive honours list on court, but she also showed her superb class off court with her modesty, spontaneity, and joviality. For this book, Belgium’s greatest ever sports ambassadress has chosen thirty of the most important moments of her exceptional 15-year career: from her first steps in junior tennis, the final at Roland Garros, and her first grand slam title at the US Open, to her successful comeback, and her last match in New York in 2012. All these key moments are recorded by tennis journalist, Filip Dewulf, furnished with comments by Kim herself, and richly illustrated with some splendid pictures, many of which are published for the first time. This full career review makes an ideal book for everyone who still wants to cherish Kim Clijsters as a sportswoman and a person, even after her retirement from tennis. With quotations from top international players and an interview with Kim by the Dutch sports journalist, Wilfried de Jong.

Hannibal Books
4th Feb 2013
World excluding France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, and Italy
295 mm x 245 mm
192 Pages
190 color, 3 b&w
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