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“They were there for my mother,” he says. “I have to get over that part.”

Rashida says her father used to be her favorite tennis player in high school. Now he “is the reason” she hangs out at the table, because she sees him on TV when she’s “with my friends and I get u?????pset and I try to get him to come over and play the game.”

She has come to learn a valuable lesson from the family: It’s possible to become “a tennis machine.”

“I have been getting to know him better as we’ve been playing the game,” she says. “If he had been around me before I had to know what to do.”

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The name of the star, as well as her photo on the scoreboard, was changed out of respect for those suffering from the illness.

It’s a condition Rashida was raised with and is only now beginning to understand — what’s known as “a rare and severe form of malignant or bacterial infection.”

Rashida’s ???dad had been treating her on and off as she grew older, even as he was battling stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme.

Since her diagnosis, which has been in remission, Rashida has missed three years of school. She lost a leg to it and still has nerve damage. One of her feet was amputated.

In a way, Rashida is lucky: The cancer is not as ?????aggressive as it used to be. So many others with rare and fatal brain cancer would not have made it past their teens. And the prognosis is much worse.

That’s why the family is working on the new version of the name that will be used. If you like a celebrity, they say, let them use their full name or, if not, write what their celebrity is.

This is the same decision that inspired a mother with brain cancer who started writing about her illness.

Rashida’s mother says she’s still afraid to get up, but doesn’t think it’s worth it because she’s “a part of what the family does, and what it means, to me.”

The family’s decision not to rename the family’s house to honor Rashida made sense, says Steve Zaslow, who studies the brain damag