Love the sound of feet moving on the clay. A blind person could tell who had great footwork by listening to the sliding.
Nice to see Mercedes Paz--Sanchez looked lie she was moving backwards the whole match, so defensive. Her little ballholder was a big trend at the time. And how I hated seeing her mother staring---I can imagine her putting a Catalonian curse on Arantxa's opponents...LOL.
Seles vs Kelesi was entertaining as hell despite the moonballs and grunting. What a feisty little thing "Hurricane" Helen was.
THE point of the event is in the documentary at: 1:08:28 !!!!!!!!
Loved to watch all those young faces of 1990 too, men and women. As it says in the documentary - which is more a string of "morceaux choisis" as it's titled - it was like the year of a new generation on the rise. Monica was so cute!
There is bit too much focus on the Frenchies, but I can't deny the game of Leconte had panache!
Welcome to the Blast Encyclopedia of Female Tennis Players. While this is very much a work in progress, we intend to create an A to Z Encyclopedia of women who have played competitive tennis.
Players are listed from A to Z alphabetically by last name. Thus Daphne Akhurst will...
I posted this in another thread in the past couple of years. This thread is a more appropriate place for it, so here it is.
To see more of my tennis Photoshops made over the passed 7 years, here's the link https://goo.gl/photos/RfrYAjeA98ji6LKU8
Colorized Suzanne Lenglen and Rene Lacoste...