When the writer says Henry 'doesn't have the strength of will to
interrupt' (line 4), he is referring to interrupting...
A. his good friend. B. the game of squash.
C. Saturday morning. D. the momentum.
Although he's playing badly, Henry feels obliged to say he's
accepts that he is not going to
play well against Jay. B. he
realises that Jay is getting impatient with him. C. he doesn't want Jay to think he's
reluctant to start the match. D. he knows that Jay will not enjoy being