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TAG: Monica Seles

Nov/22

22

Andre, Monica Reach Out To Ailing Bollettieri

By Scoop Malinowski Hall of Fame tennis innovator, coach, and academy founder Nick Bollettieri has been ailing recently but his spirits have been lifted by the the contacts of two of his most prolific proteges. Larry Denyes, a former coach at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy and longtime friend shared this information today: “I went […] Continue to read full article...

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Tennis has been around since the 13th century and originated in France. It was initially called jeu de paume (“game of the palm”) and was later developed into the sport we know and love today: a complex ball-to-racket, outdoor game. Women’s tennis was introduced in 1884, with Billie Jean King becoming the first female to […] Continue to read full article...

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Which female tennis players have won the most titles? Read our article to find out. 10 Best Female Tennis Players of All Time There have been many great female tennis players over the years, but the best of the best stand head and shoulders above the rest. After years of practice perfecting their skills, the […] Continue to read full article...

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Aug/21

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Facing Monica Seles

Here is a sneak peak excerpt of my still in progress feature “Facing Monica Seles”, about one of the greatest champions in tennis history and the only woman to dominate Steffi Graf on a tennis court. Seles won eight Grand Slams in her first 14 attempts from 1989 to Australian Open 1993. After being stabbed […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/17

22

Heart of a Champion: Monica Seles

Monica Seles 1991.jpg   By Scoop Malinowski This new Heart of a Champion series will share and celebrate memories and anecdotes that show a tennis player's heart of a champion... Sarasota Herald Tribune sports columnist Mic Huber was asked by Ray Collins of PLAY SARASOTA Magazine who his favorite player of all time is? Continue to read full article...

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