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:
Roland Garros 2016: Novak Djokovic on the Verge of Greatness
Novak Djokovic should soon be challenging for the accolade of the greatest player of all time after beating Andy Murray 3-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 in the French Open final, making him part of a very small group who have simultaneously held all four Grand Slam titles - something no man has done since Rod Laver 47 years ago.
Is Tennis In Crisis?
Illegal doping, match-fixing scandals, player injuries, Davis Cup disloyalty… professional tennis is riven with problems. International Tennis Magazine investigates if the problems can be solved with more creative leadership and a few new ideas
Lleyton Hewitt: The Terrier’s Final Tussle
Dominic Bliss looks back at Lleyton Hewitt’s glittering career and the achievements of one of the sport’s most tenacious players who retired this year after 18 years of hard-fought competition
Moment In Time: Virgina Wade Wins Wimbledon
As part of its collection of some of the most memorable images from the sport, International Tennis Magazine presents Virginia Wade as she curtseys to HM
Queen Elizabeth II as the 1977 Wimbledon Women’s Singles Champion receives her coveted trophy for the first time at her 16th attempt. The former British No.1 beat Betty Stove of the Netherlands 4-6 6-3 6-1 in a memorable and emotional final.
Coaching & Instruction: Talent Identification
Respected tennis coach and author of Teaching Tennis Volume 1, Martin van Daalen explains why he believes that talent is just an opportunity to greatness, but can be heavily overrated when relied upon too much
ASICS Gel-Solution Lyte 3 Tennis Shoe
The new ASICS GEL-Solution Lyte 3 is built for fast, agile players who chase every ball and is one of the leading performance shoes in the latest ASICS tennis collection
Copper Skin:Z Compression: Improving Performance & Recovery
Compression wear has become a staple element of fitness enthusiasts’ work out gear, including tennis players seeking to push themselves harder on the court. Copper Skin:Z is the latest innovation in compression garments which harnesses the natural properties found in Copper which has been worn for thousands of years as a therapeutic metal, with many suffers of rheumatism and arthritis believing that wearing copper products will help relieve pain and discomfort
OneSolution: Simplifying Tennis Club Administration
Recently developed by Gregory Vincent, OneSolution offers tennis clubs with an invaluable tool to simplify club administration
Manor House & Ashbury Hotels
Situated in the foothills of Dartmoor National Park in Devon & set in over 600 acres of beautiful countryside, the Manor House and Ashbury Hotels offer some of the best facilities in the UK
Frozen In Time: Yannick Noah Wins Roland Garros
Dominic Bliss looks back to 1983 when Yannick Noah triumphed at Roland Garros – the last occasion when the French were able to cheer one of their own countrymen all the way to victory in the Men's Singles