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Entre Logos y Logueros by Sergio Luis González Castillo, via Behance / Campeonato Mundial Juvenil de Tenis BNP Paribas - ITF - Junior FedCup Junior DavisCup

Entre Logos y Logueros by Sergio Luis González Castillo, via Behance / Campeonato Mundial Juvenil de Tenis BNP Paribas - ITF - Junior FedCup Junior DavisCup

This is an original vintage poster commissioned by the French Open Authority to promote the event held in the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris.This image was created in 1990 by the artist Claude Garache in his unique textural style. The singles winners were Andres Gomez in men’s and Monica Seles in women’s.

Roland Garros 1990 - Garache - Postergroup Original Vintage Posters

This is a one of a kind gift for anyone interested in fencing. You can customize your hand drawn silhouette by changing the name. The silhouette is drawn in black and gray prisma pen. It is also available in three different sizes! I email a preview of your order the day before I mail it; you can double-check the name and add any other changes. It usually takes 3-5 business days to complete your order. This can be situation dependent, so if you need your silhouette by a certain day please…

Men's Fencing Silhouette

Serena Williams

Serena Williams

Tennis Tournament Logos | Tennis Archives - Amelia Island Plantation Blog | Amelia Island ...

Tennis Tournament Logos | Tennis Archives - Amelia Island Plantation Blog | Amelia Island ...

Tennis... JOHNNY MAC???

Tennis Print

網球場的路上。To The Tennis Court: 網球與插畫 - Tennis x illustration: Tennis by Abel Jiménez

Maria Sharapova of Russia plays a forehand during the Women's Singles second round match against Severine Bremond of France during day four of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on June 28, 2007 in London, England.

Maria Sharapova in The Championships - Wimbledon 2007 Day Four

TENNIS FOREHAND SECRET | Snap Racquet For Speed Drill - YouTube

TENNIS FOREHAND SECRET | Snap Racquet For Speed Drill - YouTube

“La Divine” – French Tennis Legend Suzanne Lenglen It wasn’t just her incredible athleticism that made Lenglen stand out. While other women were playing in corsets, starched collars and ties, Lenglen hired fashion designed Jean Patou to come up with a sleeveless, loose dress she could play in that hit just below her knees

Just in time for the French Open . If you think she might be a famous tennis player – you’re right!

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