History. The magazine was established in May 1965, published out of Chicago with a regional focus. Asher Birnbaum of Skokie, IL was the founder, editor and publisher. The tennis boom of the 1970s resulted in a rapid expansion of the magazine, both in scope and circulation.
Jul 11th 2015. Since tennis first arrived on the sporting scene back in the late 1800 s, there have been a wide array of memorable moments. Many of them will continue to be iconic moments that inspired a sporting generation, or created glorious memories for thoughts who witnessed them. It's difficult to make a small definitive list of the most memorable moments in the history of tennis, but this timeline by FBD Insurance offers fans an interactive 3 D window into many of them.
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The Official Site for Black Tennis Magazine Founded in 1977 by Marcus A. Freeman Jr. The most circulated black tennis news magazine in history.
And, after a running series of articles and letters in the British sporting magazine The Field, and a meeting at London's Marylebone Cricket Club, the official rules of lawn tennis were promulgated by that Club in 1875, which preserved none of the aspects of the variations that Wingfield had dreamed up and named Sphaeristikè (Greek: σφαιριστική, that is, "sphere-istic", an ancient Greek adjective meaning "of or pertaining to use of a ball, globe or sphere"), which was soon ...
30 Tennis-Themed Magazine Covers Throughout History. The American Weekly - August 8, 1954. Feature story on American tennis player Maureen Connolly. Artwork by Arthur Samoff. Sports Art. Sports Women. Nike Women. Vintage Posters.
Tennis' paper of record for over 50 years continues to cover your game and the pro game like nowhere else, with modern design and stunning photography.
Spectacular, played today on all kinds of surfaces by tens of millions of people, for fun or in competition, tennis has spread all over the world. Designed and codified in England in the 1870s, it is the direct descendant of jeu de paume, invented in France in the 11 th century. The developments of this mediaeval sport, originally practised with bare hands, like the invention of the racket in the 16 th century and the special scoring system (15, 30, 40, game), led directly to tennis ...
With Spain and Argentina set to do battle in the Davis Cup Final in Sevilla, Spain, WorldTennisMagazine.com looks back at some of the great moments in the history of the Davis Cup with excerpts from Randy Walker’s book ON THIS DAY IN TENNIS HISTORY ($19.95, New Chapter Press, www.TennisHistoryBook.com). The following is the excerpt from […]