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Win a Dunlop racket signed by John McEnroe


Originally published on: 01/07/12 00:00

To celebrate the Wimbledon finals weekend, tennishead has teamed up with leading tennis manufacturer Dunlop to offer readers a chance to win TWO top of the range signed rackets.

One lucky winner will win a Dunlop racket, signed by Wimbledon legend John McEnroe, while the lucky runner-up will win a Dunlop Biomimetic 500, signed by Nicolas Almagro.

We also have two giant tennis balls that have become synonymous with autograph hunters in SW19 to give away to two more runners up.

For your chance to get your hands on the signed rackets, just enter your details and your answer to the following simple question in the form on the right. 

At which Grand Slam did Dunlop’s Heather Watson recently reach the third round, making her the first British women to do so in over a decade?

a) Wimbledon
b) The French Open
c) US Open

To check out the full Dunlop tennis range, head to


Competition terms and conditions
Only UK residents may enter. The closing date for entries is July 16, 2012. No cash alternative will be provided. Tennishead terms and conditions apply. Employees of Advantage Media Network or their families or agents may not enter. By entering, you agree to these competition rules and are happy to receive details of future offers and promotions from Advantage Media Network and carefully selected third parties. If you do not want to receive these promotions uncheck the appropriate box to the right of this page.

This competition is no longer open for entries. The winner has been drawn from all the correct entries received by the closing date.


Tim Farthing, Tennishead Editorial Director & Owner, has been a huge tennis fan his whole life. He's a tennis journalist and entrepreneur as well as playing tennis to a national standard. He also helps manage his local club and volunteers for his local tennis organisation. He's a specialist in content about the administration of professional tennis and tennis coaching for all levels.