International Tennis Magazine - March 2014

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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.
 
An interactive digital version of International Tennis Magazine has been introduced to expand the reach of the publication to thousands of additional tennis fans, enthusiasts, players and consumers. To launch the interactive digital version of the latest issue of International Tennis Magazine, please visit: www.isportgroup.com/InternationalTennisMagazine-March2014
 
The latest issue covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
 
Australian Open 2014
Dominic Bliss reviews the highlights from the Australian Open, where under brutally hot conditions, Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka claimed his maiden Grand Slam title, while China’s Li Na won the women’s championship
 
World Tennis Day
World Tennis Day was launched in 2013 with the idea of uniting tennis communities around the world with events played at local, national and global level. This year will see Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi renew their rivalry in one of two all-star matches at Earls Court
 
Tennis Rich List
For the world’s top tennis players, prize money is minimal compared to the millions they can earn off the court in endorsement deals. But what makes some players so much more attractive to sponsors than others?
 
David Nalbandian: Argie Bargy
David Nalbandian, one of Argentina’s most individual players retired late last year, but will he be remembered as much for his tennis as he will for his ability to upset people?
 
Coaching & Instruction: Secrets of Power & Agility
How do great players look so relaxed, yet cover and control the court so easily?  Physically it does not seem to cost them as much as other players, yet their shots crackle with power. Joanne Elphinston, author of Stability, Sport and Performance Movement, explains how professionals can explode a shot when they choose to, yet tickle it with finesse in the next moment
 
World Rankings
Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles World Rankings at a glance
 
Frozen in Time: The Wimbledon Murderer
Gambling debts, a dismembered body, a murder trial and imprisonment on Devil's Island. Dominic Bliss explains why the life of Wimbledon finalist Vere St Leger Goold was hardly typical of a top-level tennis player

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