ITHF Designated Smithsonian Affiliate

The prestigious designation opens doors for the Hall of Fame to collaborate with the Smithsonian on exhibitions, programs, and educational experiences.

Clijsters Hall of Fame Ring Ceremony

Five years after her last match at the US Open, four-time major champion Kim Clijsters was honored in a special presentation on court at the 2017 US Open.

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Bravo, Martina Hingis!

After adding 28 additional titles in doubles and mixed including 10 major titles to her already glittering resume, since her Hall of Fame induction in 2013, Martina Hingis has bid professional tennis a fond farewell, retiring in Singapore this week. ITHF Historian-At-Large Joel Drucker reflects on her legacy as a legend of the sport.

2017 Legends Ball

On the eve of US Open final, Hall of Famers, tennis industry leaders, and great supporters of tennis gathered in NYC for an incredible night to celebrate the greatest champions of tennis and the sport we all love so deeply.

ITHF Class of 2017!

Congratulations to the newest Hall of Famers! See highlights of the weekend.

The Roger Federer Hologram

Museum Partner: Rolex

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Yannick Noah honored with Davis Cup Award of Excellence

Yannick Noah honored with Davis Cup Award of Excellence

In recognition of his accomplished and dedicated Davis Cup history, France’s Yannick Noah has been honored with the Davis Cup Award of Excellence, presented jointly by the International Tennis Hall of Fame and the International Tennis Federation. Noah, who competed for France in Davis Cup competition for 13 years and now serves as team captain, received the award at the Draw Ceremony for the 2017 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Final in Lille, France. The award recognizes an individual from the home team who has made a lasting impact on that nation's Davis Cup history and who represents the ideals and spirit of the Davis Cup competition.

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In Memoriam: Jana Novotna, A Great Champion & A Great Friend

In Memoriam: Jana Novotna, A Great Champion & A Great Friend

Hall of Famer Jana Novotna, the 1998 Wimbledon champion whose impassioned vie for that title left her forever endeared in the hearts and minds of fans around the world, has passed away at age 49 following a courageous battle with cancer. She died on November 19 in the Czech Republic.

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In Memoriam: Pancho Segura, The Best Mind and a Bigger Heart

In Memoriam: Pancho Segura, The Best Mind and a Bigger Heart

Hall of Famer Pancho Segura passed away on November 18 at age 96. A self-taught tennis player from humble beginnings in his native Ecuador, Segura went on to top the world rankings and become one of the most highly regarded coaches in the sport. Hall of Fame Historian-At-Large reflects on Segura's legacy on the sport in this piece.

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Tatiana Poutchek honored with Fed Cup Award of Excellence

Tatiana Poutchek honored with Fed Cup Award of Excellence

At the 2017 Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Final between Belarus and the United States, the International Tennis Hall of Fame (ITHF) and the International Tennis Federation (ITF) presented the 2017 Fed Cup Award of Excellence to Tatiana Poutchek, a former standout Fed Cup competitor for the Belarus team. The ITF and the ITHF annually present the Fed Cup Award of Excellence to a representative from the host nation of the Final who has shown great dedication to Fed Cup by BNP Paribas and who represents the ideals and spirit of the competition.

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