International Tennis Magazine - US Open Issue 2015


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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:
US Open Series: A Hard Life
Dominic Bliss assesses the prospects of the leading ATP & WTA contenders as the World Tours switch from grass to hard courts & players embark on the gruelling US Open Series, culminating in New York City’s US Open
Champions Tennis 2015
The 2015 edition of Champions Tennis will be staged at the Royal Albert Hall from the 2nd to 6th December & promises to be better than ever with a few new faces to join favourites John McEnroe & Tim Henman
Coaching & Instruction: Mental Improvement
Respected tennis coach & author of Teaching Tennis Volume 1, Martin van Daalen explains why making improvements in mental attitude & toughness takes great commitment & why more often than not players don’t realise the impact and importance it has on their performance until they have mastered them
Moment In Time: 2001 Men’s US Open Final
As part of a collection of some of the most memorable images from the sport, International Tennis Magazine presents Leyton Hewitt showing his jubilation at defeating Pete Sampras in the final of the 2001 US Open at Flushing Meadows to win his first Grand Slam title. The former World No.1 from Australia is due to make his final US Open appearance at this year’s championships.

Serena Williams: Journey of Success
The reign of Queen Serena has been a long & successful one & it’s certainly not over yet. Dominic Bliss takes a look at the many trials and tribulations that the World No.1 has had to overcome throughout her stellar career & which have made her the real champion she is
Tactical Intelligence
With an increasing emphasis on technical & physical development, it is often forgotten, or in some case not even recognised, that in order to excel in their chosen sport world-class players, without exception, possess acute intelligence. International Tennis Magazine explains why the intelligence of leading players should not be judged on their IQ & general knowledge but on their understanding of the complex geometry of the tennis court& why such things should be seen & recognised as acts of intellect
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance
Frozen In Time: Tracy Austin Wins 1979 US Open Aged 16
Dominic Bliss looks back to 1979 US Open when Tracy Austin overcame among others Martina Navratilova & Chris Evert to be become the youngest US Open winner in history

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