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Rewrite the paragraph, correcting all errors in subject-verb agreement.

In this article about Arthur Ashe, there is several stories about the tennis player's inner strength. Here is some examples: Ashe did not let the other players know what he was feeling. There were always a sense control about him. Among his strengths were unpredictability. He often tried high-risk shots. Do the author admires Ashe? There is no doubt about it!

Revision: In this article about Arthur Ahse, there are several stories about the tennis player's inner strength. Here are some example: Ashe did not let the other players know what he was feeling. There was always a sense of control about him. Among his strengths was unpredictability. He often tried high-risk shots. Does the author admire Ashe? There is no doubt about it!

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