Tennis Magazine
Tennis Magazine

Tennis Magazine

Published Bi-Monthly 6 issues per year

Tennis offers a complete guide to the game of tennis, talks about the ins and outs of every match, and provides an intimate look at the hottest players and biggest tournaments.

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About Tennis

First published in 1954, Tennis has been the go-to magazine for dedicated tennis fans, players, and coaches alike. Delivering everything from technique instruction and racket reviews to current rankings, news, and information on everyone's favorite tournaments from the Australian Open to the French Open and Wimbledon.

Tennis magazine includes tips on everything from training to serving and how to prepare for a match on any type of court, whether it's grass, clay, or hardcourt. Recommendations will keep fans and players in the know when it comes to the newest racquets and hottest on-court clothing, too. Tennis magazine is published 6 times throughout the year, and covers all of the major Grand Slam tournaments, including the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open.

Anyone who is an avid tennis fan or player, whether amateur or something more would love a subscription to Tennis magazine!

Issues Per Year: 6
Estimated Delivery: Up to 12 weeks
Publisher Name: Atlantic Media Company

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By FedFan

from U.S.

We've enjoyed Tennis magazine over the years, but the issues are getting thinner, and fewer throughout the year, while the price stays the same.

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By Travis

from U.S.

I've subscribed to Tennis magazine for about five years now. Back then, the magazine neared 100 pages or more with more in-depth analysis. Today, the look has certainly changed. It is more animated. On average now I must say they're running around 60 pages per magazine with more ads and less articles. Regardless, this magazine has shaped me into a better player.

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