Tag Archives: Tennis

Tennis, Philosophy, and the Huffington Post

Tom Morris, a well known public philosopher who writes for the daily news site The Huffington Post, started a new series today in which he interviews other philosophers on their current work. The series started today with an interview of our own David Baggett, whose book Tennis and Philosophy: What the Racket Is All About can be found in stores now! Head on over to The Huffington Post to read more on Tom Morris and his interview with David Baggett, or jump below.

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What’s that Racket!?

For all the athletes out there, TENNIS: On Court Advantage is hosting a giveaway! You can win a customized PRELLI raquet along with a copy of David Baggett’s new book Tennis and Philosophy: What the Racket is All About. Visit On Court Advantage to read the rules and enter!

Just in time for the French Open:

For some, the coming of warm weather means baseball, a few rounds of golf, and lamentation that the basketball season is over. For others, Spring and Summer are a time to grab a racket, a friend, and a fresh canister of tennis balls and head to the nearest court. David Baggett’s new book, Tennis and Philosophy: What the Racket is All About hits the clay courts, grass courts, and hard courts to ponder the great questions of tennis and life.

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