Same here, so I was actually hoping you would buy it and tell us if it is worth it, soulage!
It also feels like we already know half of the things he says in the book with all the buzz around it.
But since you like the generation of Arnaud, Seb & Co, it might be interesting for you, he obviously speaks quite a lot about the DC. Calvi was shocked they don't even talk with each other anymore with Forget. And Fabrice answered "one day we will talk about all this - probably - but not yet".
Calvi said it's the best autobiography of a sportsman he's read in a very long time, but what is of interest for Calvi isn't necessarily interesting for tennis nuts like us.
With Calvi they talk quite a lot about the relationship with the father, his lack of ambition, he never thought he would become the number 1, he knew pretty soon he would never be able to win a Slam, etc.
The part about doping seems very lame as he can't give any names or any clues about who he suspects to be doped, of course.
And then they go on and on about how freaking amazing it was to tank the 4th set against Safin in Roland-Garros in 2001. Really, you would think nobody else has done that in the history of tennis listening to them. ^^
There are a few nice moments, like when he jokes that people sometimes think he's 45 years old. And we already know it, but he really is a major Fedtard, it's quite funny!