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Martina Hingis: A Legacy of Enduring Excellence


With an additional ten major titles added to her resume after Hall of Fame induction and a current ranking as the world No.1 doubles player, Martina Hingis retires as one of the sport’s most intriguing & inspiring champions. ITHF historian-at-large Joel Drucker offers his assessment of Hingis’ genius.

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Curator's Corner: The Battle of the Sexes


The Battle of the Sexes opened nationwide on September 29th to rave reviews. It’s exciting to see an important part of our sport’s history on the big screen! Read on to learn more about the events leading up to the match and the match itself, as well as the artifacts in our collection.

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Michael Chang Named Hall of Fame Global Ambassador


In a special ceremony at the Beijing Open it was announced that Hall of Famer Michael Chang has been named a Global Ambassador for the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Chang will play an active role in the Hall of Fame's efforts to promote the history of tennis to fans around the globe and to celebrate the inspiring stories of its greatest champions. In particular, he will work with the Hall of Fame to raise awareness for the organization and its mission in the Asian region, where interest in tennis has increased tremendously in recent years and continues to surge.

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