International Tennis Magazine – December 2011

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The December issue of International Tennis Magazine covers many of the latest happenings of one of the world’s most exciting sports, including:
 
Women’s Tennis Association (WTA): New Blood in the Game
After years of domination by the Williams sisters and Kim Clijsters, the WTA World Tour is now more open than it’s possibly ever been. International Tennis Magazine celebrates the young players most likely to make their mark.
 
Young Gun: Oliver Golding
With British boys enjoying junior Grand Slam and Davis Cup success, Dominic Bliss asks, are we about to see a whole new generation of world-beaters?
 
ATP World Tour Finals: The Special Relationship
Home to the world’s first and most famous Grand Slam, London has always had a special relationship with tennis. Now that the ATP World Tour Finals have firmly set up home in the capital, that relationship is stronger than ever.
 
Q&A: Graham Anderson
Leading ATP World Tour Physiotherapist Graham Anderson talks with International Tennis Magazine about his experience and life on the Men’s World Tour.
 
World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Singles Rankings at a glance.
 
Frozen In Time: Thomas Muster Disabled By Drunk Driver
In April 1989 and on the cusp of greatness, Austrian Thomas Muster was in the prime of his career and the most promising and exciting player of his generation when a drunk driver smashed into him, crushing the ligaments in his left knee, just hours before he was due to contest the final of a major tournament in Florida.

International Tennis Magazine provides an invaluable and sought after quarterly review of the world of tennis, appealing to a diverse and dynamic audience of tennis consumers, enthusiasts and players of all standards from recreational and club players to professionals.