NEWPORT, R.I., January 29, 2015 - Australian tennis great Todd Woodbridge enjoyed a lengthy and successful playing career highlighted by record-breaking doubles results and a top-20 ranking in singles. Woodbridge is among the most successful doubles players of all time, having won 16 Grand Slam doubles titles, 7 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles, 83 ATP World Tour titles, 2 Olympic medals, and 2 Davis Cup titles.Read more >
2015 Nominees: Amelie Mauresmo, Mary Pierce, Sergi Bruguera, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, David Hall, and Nancy Jeffett
French tennis greats Amelie Mauresmo and Mary Pierce, both two-time singles champions at Grand Slam tournaments, have been nominated to receive the highest honor in tennis—enshrinement in the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Two-time Roland Garros champion Sergi Bruguera of Spain and Russia’s Yevgeny Kafelnikov, winner of two singles titles and four doubles titles at Grand Slams, join Mauresmo and Pierce in the Recent Player Category of nominees. David Hall of Australia, a six-time ITF World Champion has been nominated in the Recent Player Category for Wheelchair Tennis. Longtime tennis industry leader Nancy Jeffett has been nominated in the Contributor Category in recognition of her lifetime commitment to the growth of the sport, particularly in the areas of women’s professional tennis and junior tennis development.Read more >
NEWPORT, R.I., U.S.A., November 8, 2014 – The International Tennis Hall of Fame and International Tennis Federation (ITF) today honored Helena Sukova of the Czech Republic with the 2014 Fed Cup Award of Excellence. Sukova received the award on court during the 2014 Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Final in Prague, which is being contested between Czech Republic and Germany.Read more >
NEWPORT, R.I., U.S.A., November 22, 2014 – The International Tennis Hall of Fame and International Tennis Federation (ITF) today honored Henri Leconte and Guy Forget with the 2014 Davis Cup Award of Excellence.Read more >
On Saturday, October 11, the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum had the privilege of hosting the world premiere of WCT: The Road to Open Tennis, a documentary film about the history of World Championship Tennis, the radical 1960's tennis tour that significantly accelerated the growth of pro tennis and laid the groundwork for today's pro tours. The film was produced with the support of the family of WCT Co-Founders Al Hill, Jr. and the late Lamar Hunt. Al Hill was in attendance for the film, along with his family, as were many family members of Lamar Hunt. Hall of Famers Cliff Drysdale, Butch Buchholz, and Mike Davies, who all played a pivotal role in the trailblazing 1960's tennis tour, attended the premiere and took part in an interesting post-film panel discussion moderated by tennis historian Steve Flink.
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