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T-shirt worn at the US Open by Tommy Haas, 2002

This is a sleeveless cotton blend T-shirt made by Nike in the USA, and worn in 2002 by Tommy Haas at the US Open tennis tournament held at Flushing Meadow, New York. The white T-shirt features a high round neckline, and has the Nike 'tick' symbol embroidered on the left chest. The T-shirt is machine sewn and unlined, and ...

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Kodak factory tennis court and garden in Abbotsford, pre-1948

This is a black-and-white photograph of a fenced tennis court and adjacent gardens at the Kodak factory site in Abbotsford, Melbourne, taken some time before 1948. The view is from the court looking east toward the Yarra River. Just outside the court are garden beds, trees, lawn, a rubbish bin and garden seats. The tall ...

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Tennis courts at the Hydro Majestic Hotel

This is a still taken from the 1927 black-and-white silent film documentary, 'Blue Mountains'. It shows people playing on the tennis courts at Medlow Bath, Blue Mountains, New South Wales, with the clubhouse in the background.

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Evonne Goolagong wins Wimbledon, 1971 - asset 1

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white newsreel featuring the return to Sydney of tennis champion Evonne Goolagong after winning at Wimbledon. It was made by Cinesound Movietone Productions in 1971 for 'Australian Movie Magazine' and is narrated by Kevin Golsby. It shows Goolagong as a young girl being coached by Vic ...

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Evonne Goolagong wins Wimbledon, 1971 - asset 2

This is an excerpt from a black-and-white newsreel featuring the return to Sydney of tennis champion Evonne Goolagong after winning at Wimbledon. It was made by Cinesound Movietone Productions in 1971 for 'Australian Movie Magazine' and is narrated by Kevin Golsby. It opens with the Wimbledon crowd giving Goolagong a standing ...

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Tennis shoe by Joseph Box, 1886

This is a woman's tennis shoe made of leather, rubber and kid by Joseph Box, London, England, in 1886. The shoe, which measures 14 cm in height, has tanned morocco leather uppers cut high to just below the ankle. The sole consists of a continuous strip of rubber that runs beneath the red (morocco-covered) welt, the strip ...

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Australian Tennis Championship, 1953 - part 1 of 4

This is an excerpt showing highlights in the final of the men's doubles competition of the Australian Tennis Championship held at Kooyong in Melbourne, Victoria, in 1953. Eighteen-year-olds Ken Rosewall and Lewis Hoad are shown playing against Don Candy and Mervyn Rose, watched by a large crowd. The excerpt is from a black-and-white ...

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Australian Tennis Championship, 1953 - part 2 of 4

This is an excerpt showing the conclusion of the final of the men's doubles competition at the Australian Open Tennis Championship at Kooyong in Melbourne, Victoria in 1953. The crowd cheers as Ken Rosewall and Lew Hoad beat Don Candy and Mervyn Rose. The excerpt is from a black-and-white Cinesound Review newsreel released ...

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Australian Tennis Championship, 1953 - part 3 of 4

This is an excerpt showing play in the final of the men's singles competition at the Australian Tennis Championship held at Kooyong in Melbourne, Victoria in 1953. The excerpt shows a series of shots, including a long baseline rally in which Rosewall hits a winning backhand volley and the crowd cheers in response. The excerpt ...

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Australian Tennis Championship, 1953 - part 4 of 4

This excerpt shows the conclusion of the final of the men's singles competition at the Australian Tennis Championship held at Kooyong in Melbourne, Victoria in 1953. The crowd gives 18-year-old Ken Rosewall a standing ovation as he beats Mervyn Rose. Rosewall poses and holds up the trophy. The excerpt is from a black-and-white ...

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Federation Cup tennis tournament, Kooyong, 1965

This is a black-and-white image from the original negative depicting an overview shot of the 1965 Federation Cup tournament at Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, Melbourne. A doubles match is being played on centre court, and the players are all wearing white. Two television cameras are being used to film the event, probably as ...