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Tennis International

Tennis International

ATP World Tour

Tennis has come a long way since "Open Tennis" began in 1968 and the ATP's been part of the storied history. The Grand Slam tournaments and all other national championships were open to amateur competitors only prior to 1968. ...


Australien Open

The Australian Open is the least famous of the four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments. The tournament is held in Melbourne in the middle of the Australian summer, in the last fortnight of the month of January; ...


Davis Cup

Jährlich spielen über 100 Nationen im Davis Cup. Damit ist der Davis Cup der weltweit größte jährliche internationale Team-Wettbewerb im Sport.


International Tennis Federation

The ITF controls the major international team events for all age groups and for Wheelchair Tennis, including the world’s two largest annual international team competitions in sport, Davis Cup by BNP Paribas for men and Fed Cup by BNP Paribas for women. ...


Madrid Open

The Mutua Madrid Open is one of the most important tournaments on both the male and female circuits today. It has been held in the Spanish capital since 2002 and was originally a male only competition played indoors and on hard court. However, in 2009 it opened its doors to the WTA circuit and changed to an outdoor clay competition. It is played in May just before the second Grand Slam of the...


Roland Garros

Die French Open (offiziell Tournoi de Roland-Garros, „Roland-Garros-Turnier“, genannt) sind das zweite Tennisturnier der Grand-Slam-Turniere und finden seit 1891 jährlich zwischen Mitte Mai und Anfang Juni in Paris statt. ...


US Open

The US Open, formally the United States Open Tennis Championships, is a hardcourt tennis tournament which is the modern iteration of one of the oldest tennis championships in the world, the U.S. National Championship, ...


Wimbledon Championships

Wimbledon 2011 was the 125th staging of The Championships by The All England Lawn Tennis Club since the first tournament in 1877. The only event held in 1877 was the Gentlemen's Singles which was won by Spencer Gore, from a field of 22. ...