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See it if You are super into tennis or sports psychology.. they are the only novel elements in an otherwise whateverish plot.
Don't see it if You don't want to see actors feigning tennis strokes, on a static set, for almost 2 hours while they deliver moderately interesting dialogue
See it if you want to see a show about two seemingly different individuals, tennis players, and their loved one who deal many aspects of life.
Don't see it if you hate tennis and do not think the game can be a vehicle for an extremely entertaining and philosophical theater experience.
See it if you enjoy a story set in the tennis arena that pits the older champion vs the younger wanna be.
Don't see it if a linear play with clear direction is your preference, this hops all over the last 10 yrs of their lives
See it if Are into the psychology of tennis and want to see some very talented actors play it out.The choreography of the game is great!!!
Don't see it if You are not into tennis. But you will miss a very enjoyable show. You think you are actually watching a tennis match .
See it if you are an avid tennis fan. It helps to know at least the basics of tennis scoring.
Don't see it if you are expecting to gain some original insights into the lives of professional tennis players.
See it if you are a tennis fan. It's fascinating to hear what they are thinking as they play. A really cool idea, gets into the mental side of thegame
Don't see it if you aren't a sports fan or want something linear. The timeline is all over the place. The staging is unique though. It's a nice 95 minutes.
See it if you want a funny, well acted play about love, commitment, passion, competition with a unique non-linear story that keeps you compelled
Don't see it if you really hate tennis as that is the backdrop but certainly not the only attraction. Although you'll love it more if you love a good match
See it if you are a tennis fan or a fan of any sport,or if you would enjoy looking into the inner workings of an athlete's life.
Don't see it if you do not like sports (you should at least be familiar with tennis scoring) or do not particularly like flashbacks or introspection.
See it if If your a tennis lover then this is your baby to see. This play puts you in a tennis court and you are part of the action. Well acted cast.
Don't see it if You have no interest in tennis and seeing scores posted leave yo clueless.
See it if you'd enjoy a well-acted comedy-drama ostensibly about tennis, but really about what it is to be human, and the highs and lows that entails.
Don't see it if you're not remotely interested in the human experience.
See it if You are a fan of tennis although it is not required as it really involves a character study of the four roles; one act; fantastic set
Don't see it if you are actually expecting to watch an actual tennis match (although it comes somewhat close at the end)
See it if a double memory play set on & off the tennis courts, with barely a racket or ball in sight, sounds riveting enough to pique your interest.
Don't see it if you dislike non-linear and/or talk-heavy plays, semi-unconvincing Russian accents, or are indifferent to tennis; miscarriage is triggering.
See it if want to get into the mind of world class tennis players. See how different life events effect the mind of a player during the US Open.
Don't see it if don't like shows about sports. The ambiguous ending may not satisfy some.
See it if you love theater. This a a great production with fine acting and splendid writing. the themes are important but there is lightness as well
Don't see it if you do not care about people. This is not about tennis per se but about passion, sacrifice and choices. Universal themes well done
See it if Like well written discussion of the a sport ( tennis) and the mindset and sacrifices that need to be made to succeed . Strong performances.
Don't see it if Do not know tennis at all.
See it if you like tennis or sports figures. Very good acting. The sets feature a lighting installation that is quite beautiful and a nice distraction
Don't see it if There's nothing new here. It's not bad. It's just unoriginal and blend. Why bother?
See it if You are a fan of tennis or sports. The actors do a nice job with their roles.
Don't see it if If you don't like tennis you might find much of this show boring, I did. Scenes felt repetitive & I didn't feel connected to the characters
See it if No need to be familiar with tennis. Many tennis enthusiasts were in the audience. It is a nice 4 hander against the sport background.
Don't see it if You want more than OK for the evening.
See it if you might like a play with themes of ambition, satisfaction, and family. Following tennis is not necessary to understand/enjoy the play.
Don't see it if you're looking for something better than just okay. Slow, contrived, and pointless at times. Good idea and framing, but falls flat.
See it if You are interested in motivations and how they influence success.
Don't see it if You are turned off by sports. This is not the usual sports as metaphor, it is more a dissection of 2 very different psyches road to success
See it if you love tennis, detailed analysis of the effect athletes' psyche on their performance and superb acting and directing.
Don't see it if you dislike pretense, manipulation and questionably drawn conclusions on the reasons the characters behaved they way they did.
See it if a story of life struggles & triumphs told by athletes during a tennis match that signals the turning points of their careers interests you.
Don't see it if you don’t like the game of tennis or don’t understand it or not interested in stories with underlying themes told using a tennis match.
See it if you're up for a smartly written, inventively staged & beautifully acted rumination on ambition, identity & self-worth, by a fine ensemble.
Don't see it if You don't like metaphorical, dialogue-driven plays, tennis, tennis players or their problems—even though this script is about much more.