New issue of tennishead OUT NOW!
The spring 2018 issue of tennishead is hitting the high street and letter-boxes of subscribers right now. We think it's our best issue ever.
In this special issue we celebrate Roger Federer’s 20 Grand Slam titles with a feature looking at how the world No 1 has managed to stay at the top of the game for so long. We also look at how he won each of those Grand Slam titles: you may be surprised to find out which were his quickest victories
The issue is packed with longer length reads including:
Caroline Wozniacki: A Grand Slam champion at last, the Dane says she is hungry to win more
Catching the cheats: How the tennis authorities are fighting corruption
Jelena Dokic: In an exclusive interview, the former world No 4 tells the extraordinary story of her father's cruelty throughout her career - and how she hopes her remarkable autobiography might help others
Dominic Thiem: The Austrian was the only player to beat Rafael Nadal on clay last year. He tells tennishead how much he is looking forward to getting back to his beloved terre battue
The Brits: How comfortable is Kyle Edmund with being British No 1 and who is coming through the ranks?
There are opinion pieces from our columnists:
Patrick Mouratoglou explains how his academy in the South of France is geared up to help young players make the transition to the main tour
Nick Bollettieri on why he chose Florida as his base - and it was not just for the tennis
Paul Newman maps out Andy Murray’s potential route back to the top
Alix Ramsay wonders why top players are so reluctant to talk about their injuries - and hopes they won't attempt to fix the plumbing in her bathroom
Improve your game
Craig O’Shannessy explains the thinking behind 'Serve +1 forehand'. The ATP and WTA analyst says the strategy that works for Roger Federer can help players at any level
David Sammel gives an expert coach's verdict on the service actions of Novak Djokovic and Johanna Konta
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There is so much in this collectable issue of tennishead we can’t list it all here. However, with Consultant Editor Paul Newman, one of the world's leading tennis writers, at the helm, you will notice some changes. We think tennishead has just got even better