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Jimmy Connors strongly believes both Vitas Gerulaitis and Andres Gomez should be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Of Gerulaitis, Jimbo said on a recent “Advantage Connors” podcast: Vitas was seventeen and I was nineteen when we first met, after he joined the Bill Riordan circuit. We hung out a lot together in […] Continue to read full article...

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Wonderful day at the Hall of Fame Open Newport

I arrive before noon and after exiting the media center, Shintaro Mochizuki is walking towards me on the path. He lost first round to Liam Broady and here was my chance to do a biofile with the former junior Wimbledon champ. At first he said he’d do it after lunch but then decided to do […] Continue to read full article...




ITHF Announces New Leadership

Dan Faber has been named the ITHF’s Chief Executive Officer, with Patrick McEnroe ITHF President. Faber and McEnroe will assume their duties with the Hall of Fame starting on May 1. CEO AnnouncementThe International Tennis Hall of Fame today announced Dan Faber as the new Chief Executive Officer and Patrick McEnroe as the ITHF President. […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: Todd Martin Interview

Note: This Biofile interview was done with Todd Martin at the US Open in 1993. Status: Winner of eight career ATP singles titles. Played in the 1994 Australian Open and 1999 US Open finals. Reached a career high of no. 4 in 1999. Retired in 2006 and is now the CEO of the International Tennis […] Continue to read full article...




Todd Martin’s Journey: First & Last Pro Matches

One of the best players to never win a major is American Todd Martin. Twice he fell short in Grand Slam finals, the 1994 Australian Open final vs Pete Sampras 76 64 64 and the 1999 US Open final vs Andre Agassi 64 67 67 63 62. Martin did eight career ATP singles titles, compiled […] Continue to read full article...

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