International Tennis Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of tennis, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of tennis consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.
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The latest issue of International Tennis Magazine covers many of the recent highlights from the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tours, including:
Australian Open: Back To Nostalgia & Time-travelling To The Future
04 Richard Eaton reviews the highlights from the Australian Open, arguably the most improbable, NOSTALGIC and spectacularly memorable Grand Slam in living memory
Johanna Konta: Mind Games
12 British No.1 and ASICS ambassador Johanna Konta is as strong mentally as she is physically and technically. Dominic Bliss explains why it’s her brains, much more than her brawn, that have helped her become the greatest British female player of her generation
The Big Picture: Jim Courier Wins 1993 Australian Open Men’s Single
16 As part of its collection of some of the most memorable images from the sport, International Tennis Magazine presents Jim Courier diving into the Yarra River in Melbourne in 1993 after defeating Sweden’s Stefan Edberg 6-2 6-1 2-6 7-5 to claim his second Australian Open Men’s Singles title
What Tennis Can Learn from F1?
19 Tennis has grown rapidly in popularity in the UK in recent years due to impressive form from Andy Murray. Alongside this growth, the sport has seen increased investment and the introduction of more technology. However Samir Abid explains why tennis can learn a lot from Formula One
Coaching & Instruction: Player Analysis
23 Respected tennis coach and author of Teaching Tennis Volume 1, Martin van Daalen investigates the importance of player analysis
27 Men’s Singles & Women’s Singles World Rankings at a glance
Frozen In Time: 2006 Australian Open
30 Dominic Bliss looks back at the 2006 Australian Open when for two weeks, pretty much everything Marcos Baghdatis touched turned to gold. He arrived in Melbourne ranked outside the world top 50 and a 300-1 outsider. What followed was an unbelievable performance that gained momentum and confidence with every round