International Tennis Hall of Fame rings are custom made for each Hall of Famer, signifying their membership in tennis' most elite club. The rings are not presented during the Induction Ceremony. Rather, they are saved and presented at another special time - generally at a tennis event that has particular meaning to the Hall of Famer being honored, providing an opportunity to celebrate that individual in front of their family, friends, and fans around the globe.
Gustavo Kuerten - June 11, 2017 / On Court Philippe Chatrier prior to the French Open Men's Final
Justine Henin - July 11, 2017 / Hosted privately at an event with Rolex during Wimbledon
Marat Safin - October 2017 / Kremlin Cup, Moscow
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While Amelie was unable to attend her 2015 induction ceremony due to the birth of her child, her recognition as a Hall of Famer was celebrated in grand style on court prior to the Roland Garros women's final, with a wonderful gathering of her friends, fans, and many fellow Hall of Famers.
Five-time major champion Hana Mandlikova was honored at the Miami Open with a special ceremony on stadium court to present her Hall of Fame ring.
The Czech tennis great and 1973 Wimbledon champion was honored with his official Hall of Fame ring on Tennis Channel, where he was joined by Martina Navratilova in the celebration.
At a special ceremony during Wimbledon, Hall of Famer Bjorn Borg was honored by presentation of a one-of-a-kind gold ring symbolizing his induction into the Hall of Fame in 1987.
Edberg, who achieved the world No. 1 ranking in both singles and doubles, was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2004.
Swiss tennis great Martina Hingis, who is both a Hall of Famer and part of the current world No. 1 doubles team, was honored at the BNP PARIBAS WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global on Sunday evening in a special ceremony to present her official Hall of Fame ring.
Lindsay Davenport grew up attending the Indian Wells tournament, she went on to win the singles title twice and the doubles title six times, and at the 2016 tournament, the Southern California native was back on center court once again. This time, she was there to receive her Hall of Fame ring.
The 39-time Grand Slam Champion received her Hall of Fame ring during the 2015 Induction Ceremony.