The Museum at the International Tennis Hall of Fame Re-Opened on May 20 after a complete renovation.
Only at the new Museum at the International Tennis Hall of Fame
Amelie Mauresmo, Nancy Jeffett, and David Hall inducted into Hall of Fame.
The 39-time Grand Slam Champion received her Hall of Fame ring.
Rajeev Ram saved match points in two matches en route to winning Newport title over Ivo Karlovic
The new logo is inspired by the global nature of tennis and it reflects the organization's commitment to preserving and promoting tennis history for a worldwide audience. "The time was right to update the International Tennis Hall of Fame's branding to reflect this progress and to represent the Hall of Fame's commitment to this global sport," said CEO Todd Martin. Read More.
More than 1,900 artifacts of tennis history are displayed throughout the exhibit galleries, ranging from Rod Laver's first Wimbledon trophy to the golden shoes that Serena Williams wore in her first French Open victory. The museum draws visitors into the content through interactive exhibits and a cohesive narrative of tennis history as told through the lives and careers of the 243 Hall of Famers who built the sport, using an array of objects including tennis artifacts, art, fashion, and items of historical relevance beyond the tennis courts.
By becoming a member you help preserve tennis history and honor the champions who have been inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Plus, you'll enjoy the year-round benefits of membership including free admission to the museum, chances to win tickets to the 2016 US Open, discounts to play on our grass courts, and more! Even if you can't make it to Newport to visit the museum right now, your custom membership card lets everyone know you are a true lover and supporter of the beautiful game of tennis.Join Today
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