International Tennis Magazine - September 2013


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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 September issue covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
Andy Murray: Murray Mint
Dominic Bliss explains why Andy Murray’s Wimbledon win will change his life in ways he can only imagine: as a player, as a global celebrity, as a businessman and as a human being
Billie Jean King: Fighting For Rights
This year is the 40th anniversary of the Women’s Tennis Association, with tennis now arguably the most successful female sport on the planet. But WTA founder Billie Jean King explains it’s been no easy ride
Statoil Tennis Masters
John McEnroe will be back in London in December to try to defend his Statoil Masters Tennis legends title at the Royal Albert Hall. The 54 year-old legend will take on Mats Wilander and Henri Leconte
Coaching & Instruction: How to Learn Different Styles of Play
There are many different ways to play tennis but there are only a few distinguishing styles of play. Martin van Daalen explains why it is the task of the coach to assist players to find a style that suits their strokes to make them feel comfortable during play and to suit their character and expression of the game
Catching Up With Zsig
Zsig has been manufacturing its signature Zsignet range of portable Mini Net Systems at its base in the UK for over twenty years. International Tennis Magazine investigates if it was a classic that didn’t need improving or have things moved on over time?
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance
Frozen in Time: Spectator Shot At 1977 US Open
The summer 1977 was a crazy time in New York City. Power blackouts all over town had led to widespread looting and a spike in crime. Much of the city had been terrorised by a serial killer and arsonist known as Son of Sam. Dominic Bliss explains why the US Open held that year for the last time at the West Side Tennis Club in Queens had its fair share of craziness too

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