International Tennis Magazine - Wimbledon Issue Coming Soon

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Below is a summary of some of the great features in the forthcoming Wimbledon issue;

Wimbledon 2012
With the big four slugging it out at the top of the men’s game, and the women’s draw looking more open than ever, this year’s Wimbledon has all the makings of a classic. Journalists from around the world reveal what they’ll be looking out for

Victoria Azarenka: Vika The Shrieka
Victoria Azarenka has shrieked her way to the World No.1 spot with some blistering tennis, however Dominic Bliss explains how just a year ago she was so disillusioned that she thought of quitting the sport forever

Playing the Home Advantage
Why are so many tennis tournaments won by players from the hosting nation? Is it all down to the support of a home crowd, or are there more sinister forces at play?

Coaching & Instruction: How To Become More Consistent
Martin van Daalen a world renowned tennis coach and author of Teaching Tennis explains why reliability and consistency of tennis strokes is one of the basic requirements to becoming a better tennis player

Greg Rusedski
When looking back on British tennis in the nineties and early noughties, it is perhaps easy to overlook the achievements of Greg Rusedski

World Rankings
Men’s & Women’s World Rankings at a glance

Frozen in Time: Goran Ivanisevic
Ranked 125 in the world, and well past his best, Goran Ivanisevic was the most unlikely champion Wimbledon had ever seen when he triumphed in 2001

I hope that you enjoy reading.

Paul Walters
Chief Executive Officer, internationalSPORTgroup Limited

Since its launch, in 2008, we have developed International Tennis Magazine to appeal to the widest possible audience of tennis players and fans around the world.