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Ana Ivanović, Flavia Pennetta, Cara Black, Carlos Moyá Named to Ballot for 2022 Induction into International Tennis Hall of Fame The four new nominees are joined by Lisa Raymond and Juan Carlos Ferrero, who return to the ballot for a second year. Fan Voting will run October 15 – 31 on vote.tennisfame.com. ITHF NEWPORT, R.I. […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/21

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Biofile: Miguel Seabra Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Portugal-based journalist specializes on tennis and timepieces. Eurosport commentator. Editor at Espiral do Tempo. First Memory of Tennis: It has to be a wooden racquet my father had around the house. He was not a keen tennis player, but a racquet in those days was a quite impressive object for a […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/20

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Biofile: Margaret Court Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: The all-time leader in Grand Slam titles with 64 – 24 in singles, 19 doubles and 21 mixed doubles Grand Slams. Inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1979. DOB: July 16, 1942 In: Albury, New South Wales, Australia First Tennis Memory: My first memorable win was the 1960 Australian […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/18

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Fans Push Li Na For Newport Hall of Fame

Following a six-week voting period which drew votes from more than 130 countries, the results are in from the International Tennis Hall of Fame’s first ever Fan Vote for Hall of Fame induction. Of the eight nominated candidates, Chinese tennis great and two-time major champion Li Na received the highest number of fan votes; Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanišević of Croatia finished in second; and two-time major champion Mary Pierce of France finished in third. Continue to read full article...

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Jul/18

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Tennis Hall of Fame Thoughts

By Scoop Malinowski I adore the International Tennis Hall of Fame and have attended the renowned venue for ten consecutive years with no plans to stop in the near future. It's a very special, inspiring, awe-inspiring place, in a beautiful setting. It actually gets better every year to visit the hallowed grounds of the Newport Hall of Fame on Bellevue and Memorial Avenues in the heart of one of America's most spectacular towns. Continue to read full article...

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Oct/17

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Why Is Carlos Moya Not In The Hall of Fame?

moya By Scoop Malinowski Carlos Moya was ATP World No. 1 in 1999, he won the French Open (1998) and Davis Cup. Moya won twenty ATP World Tour singles titles overall. Moya's last major appearance was losing in the first round at the 2009 Australian Open. The five year period has lapsed but Moya has still not been nominated for the Newport Hall of Fame election ballot. Continue to read full article...

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