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和訳をどなたか教えて下さい。

I will leave base-ball, football, running, and golf to those far better equipped to write on them than I, and will turn my attention to the boys who are just starting out to be tennis players.

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野球、サッカー、陸上やゴルフとかは、私より知識のある人達に取材してもらう(報告してもらう、意見してもらう、etc.)として、私はテニスを始めたばかりの少年達に焦点を当てる事にします。

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