International Tennis Magazine - September 2012

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The September issue of International Tennis Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:

Team Tennis: The Future of the Davis Cup & Fed Cup
There are plans afoot to change the format of the world’s most famous team tennis competitions. International Tennis Magazine investigates what is wrong with the Davis Cup and Fed Cup and why no one can seemingly agree how they need to change

Statoil Masters Tennis
The Statoil Masters Tennis will be staged at the breathtakingly beautiful Royal Albert Hall from the 5th to 9th December and is perfect way to kick off the start of the festive season!

Tennis Rage
Since the first Victorian garden parties, top tennis players have been losing their tempers on court. The problem is, nowadays their antics are broadcast to millions. Dominic Bliss asks how do the authorities keep players in check without stifling their personalities?

The All Britain Club: John Marray & Andy Murray
Dominic Bliss explains why although Great Britain’s shameful All England Club curse has still not been broken, Andy Murray’s post-defeat tears could end up being more important than any of the sublime tennis shots he produced on Centre Court and whilst amidst all the Murray-mania, we shouldn’t overlook the fact that in the Men’s Doubles, Great Britain did find a Wimbledon champion in 31-year-old Jonathan Marray

Business Matters: MANTIS Sport
Martin Aldridge, Founder and Managing Director of MANTIS Sport International Limited talks with International Tennis Magazine

Coaching & Instruction: How To Dominate With Your Forehand
Martin van Daalen a world renowned tennis coach and author of Teaching Tennis explains six steps to developing a dominant forehand

World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance

Frozen in Time: Line Judge Killed At 1983 US Open
In a gruesome accident at the 1983 US Open, a serve delivered by Sweden’s Stefan Edberg caused the death of a line judges

International Tennis Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of tennis, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of tennis consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.