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Tennishead magazine (print) – August 2022

$18.00

This stunning issue of the WORLD’S BEST TENNIS MAGAZINE features a preview of the US Open 2022, a look back at the incredible career of Serena Williams, analysis of why Novak Djokovic might not be crowned the G.O.A.T and much more

 

🎾  Produced in gorgeous print quality with stunning images and 164 pages of the best tennis content you’ll find, this is a tennis fans dream come true!

🎾  Interviews with the biggest names…

🎾  Huge competitions to win incredible tennis prizes

🎾  The latest tennis rackets reviewed

🎾  The best analysis from the world’s leading experts including Jez Green, Craig O’Shannessy and David Sammel

🎾  Lots, lots more…

 

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Tennishead magazine: 2022 > Issue 3 > August > US Open

In this bumper issue, Tennishead magazine features a fond farewell to Serena Williams, an in-depth preview to the US Open plus a feature on Novak Djokovic’s uphill battle to be crowned the G.O.A.T and so much more. 

Inside the magazine you’ll find:

  • Laver Cup 2022: London calling
  • Life on tour with Madison Brengle
  • Selling out tennis: How China is still a big part of the game

US Open preview

  • The hard-court’s big hitters
  • America’s contenders
  • Statistically speaking: How rankings aren’t a reliable measure of success

Wimbledon retro

  • Novak Djokovic’s uphill battle
  • The 14 days of Wimbledon
  • How The Championships were won
  • Top shots: The best images from SW19
  • Under-the-radar players from Wimbledon 2022

Gear

  • HEAD Prestige MPL racket review
  • YONEX EZone 98 racket review

Academy

  • Craig O’Shannessy from Brain Game Tennis gives us his US Open game plan
  • Jez Green, personal fitness trainer for Dominic Thiem, reveals how his charge has put in the hard work
  • Maxime Cressy and Elise Mertens serves are dissected in detail
  • David Sammel is on the road with Liam Broady

The Final Set

  • My job in tennis with a talent scout
  • Tennis tourist visits the Gijon Open in Spain

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