Learning from the Past: Michael Chang & Jim Courier's Practice Ethic

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Practice isn’t the number of hours you play. What counts is what you do with those hours and how serious and concentrated you are during them. That’s how Michael Chang and Jim Courier got to the top of tennis—by practicing how they played.

 

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