In last week's episode of The Ten, our panelists ranked the 10 greatest seasons in tennis history. Here's how they saw it (watch the entire episode, any time, on TennisChannel.com ): 1.
History The Beginning. In the early seventies, the game of tennis faced a period of transition and crisis. Nowhere was this more pronounced than in Europe, where the tradition for the various national tennis federations to work independently had created an atmosphere in which, despite being the home of the major power houses in world tennis, the continent had very little voice and no united.
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As well as the pair's head-to-head at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, Edmund and Norrie - Britain's No 2 and 3 respectively, meet in the other semi-final before the two winners meet and.Read More
Arguably the two greatest tennis players ever, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have reigned atop the game for more than a decade and given fans countless memories during their 38 head-to-head matchups. Imagine if the Borg-McEnroe rivalry had gone on for 15 years instead of three. That gives you an idea of what these two champions have brought to the sport with their sustained excellence.Read More
The Head Pro Tour 2.0 is one of the most iconic racket molds in the history of tennis. Originally released as the Pro Tour 280 in the USA (and Pro Tour 630 in Europe), this racket has developed an almost mythical following amongst purists and professional tennis players. Unlike the original model, this update lacks Twaron, but still retains its classic feel. It also comes with CAP grommets.Read More
A tennis ball is a ball designed for the sport of tennis.Tennis balls are fluorescent yellow at major sporting events, but in recreational play can be virtually any color. Tennis balls are covered in a fibrous felt which modifies their aerodynamic properties, and each has a white curvilinear oval covering it.Read More
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The moment in tennis history signalled a changing of the guard. But before the Swiss began his Grand Slam streak, sharpshooter 'Pistol Pete' had been the king of Wimbledon with his unbreakable.Read More
Again Head chose to launch the new Prestige at the tail end of the tennis season. Previously most high-profile racquets would be launched either during the Australian Open or the US Open. By this point the Prestige was no longer Head's best-selling players racquet, but the new Prestige still arrived with plenty of fanfare. Not only was the primarily black paint scheme (although it did have a.Read More