International Tennis Magazine - World Tour Finals

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International Tennis Magazine is published quarterly & distributed to over 60,000 UK tennis consumers, enthusiasts & players of all standards.
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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:
ATP World Tour: The Final Showdown
As the world’s top eight players descend on London’s O2 Arena for the ATP World Tour Finals, International Tennis Magazine looks at the events leading up to the season finale and assesses who might fare best
Question & Answer: Samantha Stosur
Samantha Stosur talks with International Squash Magazine
BNP Paribas WTA Finals: Serena Anything But Serene
Dominic Bliss reviews the highlights from the BNP Paribas WTA Finals in Singapore at which Serena faced Simona Halep twice within the space of just five days, losing the first match 6-0 6-2 in the pool stages and then winning the second 6-3 6-0 in the final to win the title for a fifth time
Asics Gel Solution Lyte 2 Tennis Shoe
International Tennis Magazine reviews the ASICS Gel-Solution Lyte 2 tennis shoes which have been designed for clay court players, who love to move around the whole court with agility, speed and confidence
Coaching & Instruction: How To Become A Better Tennis Player
Respected tennis coach and author of Teaching Tennis Volume 1, Martin van Daalen explains how you can recognise a serious player right away by the way he or she trains and how much time they put into their sport and the key learning to going about the task of improving your game
Statoil Masters Tennis
With John McEnroe providing daily reminders of his exquisite touch and volcanic temper, Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski still prompting patriotism from the home crowd, and Mansour Bahrami thrilling onlookers with his scarcely believable trick- shots, the 18th edition of the Statoil Masters, to be staged at the Royal Albert Hall from the 3rd to 7th December, promises to be better than ever, with a few new faces to join the old favourites
World Rankings
Men’s Singles & Women’s Singles Rankings at a glance
Frozen in Time: 1972 Davis Cup Final
Cheating players, dodgy line judges, an umpire in fear of his life, and a very scary Ion Tiriac. Dominic Bliss explains why the 1972 Davis Cup final was team tennis at its most disgraceful
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