International Tennis Magazine - March 2016


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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.
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The latest issue of International Tennis Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
Australian Open 2016: Novak Djokovic & Serena Williams - A Two-Faced Drama
Richard Eaton reviews the highlights from the Australian Open and explains how Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams, probably the two best top seeds in Australian Open history, experienced startlingly different fates
2016: The Year Ahead
If you could look deep into a crystal ball and see what will happen on the men’s and women’s tours this coming year, what would you see? International Tennis Magazine makes its predictions
Moment in Time: Rafael Nadal Wins 2009 Australian Open
As part of its collection of some of the most memorable images from the sport, International Tennis Magazine presents an overwhelmed Roger Federer, after emotions got the better of him following an enthralling 2009 Australian Open Final in which Rafael Nadal finally prevailed 7-5 3-6 7-6 3-6 6-2 after 4 hours and 23 minutes of gruelling tennis
Coaching & Instruction: Patterns of Play
Patterns are repetitive designs of play to gain an advantage in court position, to pressure an opponent into making mistakes or to make a winning shot. Respected tennis coach and author of Teaching Tennis Volume 1, Martin van Daalen, explains how players with good technique can start using them to outmanoeuvre an opponent and execute a strategic game plan
Aljaz Bedene: New Brit on the Block
British tennis has a new star – Aljaz Bedene. Although not yet cleared to represent his adopted nation in Davis Cup, Dominic Bliss explains why he believes that the big-hitting Slovenian import and world top 50 player could well prove to be the most exciting British player since Andy Murray
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance
Frozen In Time: 2001 Australian Open
Dominic Bliss looks back at the career of Jelena Dokic and in particular the 2001 Australian Open when, encouraged by a troublesome father, she abandoned her adopted country

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