Jun 10th, 2002, 12:16 AM
do you guys know of any really good tennis sites selling VHS tapes of different matches? i have already visited www.tennistapes.com, but they only have matches for sale from 2000 onward. i would really loved to purchase classic battles of the past decade but i just don't know where on the net to find them! your help would be appreciated greatly!;)
oh, and is it true that the TV Tennis Channel coming out later this year will air classic matches?
Jun 10th, 2002, 12:23 AM
Jun 10th, 2002, 12:24 AM
Kroger St. Jude, Memphis, TN - past champs: Lendl, Sampras, Chang
International Championships, Del Ray, FL - past champs: Rios, Hewitt, Gambill
Franklin Templeton, Scottsdale, AZ - past champs, Courier, Philippoussis, Agassi
Hall of Fame Championships, Newport, RI - past champs: McEnroe, Armitraj, Rusedski
Acura Classic, La Costa, CA - past champs: Graf, Venus Williams, Davenport
Bausch & Lomb, Amelia Island, FL - past champs: Navratilova, Sabatini, Seles
Bank of the West Classic, Stanford, CA - past champs: King, Evert, Hingis
Champion's Tour: (Senior Men's Tour)
Naples, FL - recent champs: Gomez, Connors
Richmond, VA - recent champs: Connors, Clerc
San Francisco, CA - recent champs: Borg, McEnroe
Raleigh, NC- recent champs: Willander, McEnroe
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Jun 10th, 2002, 12:34 AM
Try Sports Resources (http://homepage.mac.com/tennisvideos/Resume.html) for videos.
They are very good.:wavey: