- Net Loss. Evert, Chris // Tennis;Jul2007, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p10
The author focuses on her experiences as a tennis player in the 1970s. Attention is given to the differences in professional tennis between the 1970s-2000s, the various court surfaces and their affect on a player's game, as well as a discussion on the performances of various women players.
- Tackling the Major Issues of the Game. Frey, Carol // Tennis Life;Apr2011, p32
The article provides fashion tips for women tennis players in choosing an attire most appropriate for the individual's age, body size and shape. In choosing a racquet, it cites racquet flexibility, head size and string tension as factors to consider. It states that the color of the tennis...
- Tennis class. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;1/26/1995, Vol. 169 Issue 17, WWD Sport p8
Presents sport clothes for women used in tennis. Includes shoes; Shirts; Skirts.
- FAIR's Jennifer Pozner, writing for salon.com, takes U.S. advertisers to task for their.... // Media Report to Women;Winter2001, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p14
Presents advertisements about women. Promotion of cosmetics and apparels for women; Feature of professional women tennis players by CBS Sports.
- WIMBLEDON DRESS. Navratilova, Martina // Tennis;Nov/Dec2015, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p47
The article offers brief information on the dress of tennis player, Martina Navratilova.
- TENNIS. Wills, Helen // Saturday Evening Post;5/28/1932, Vol. 204 Issue 48, p29
Provides information on the sport of tennis for women. Innovations in the tennis dress being worn by female tennis players; Change in the public sentiment towards sport for women; Benefits of playing tennis to working women.
- Fashion Scoop. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;8/19/2005, Vol. 190 Issue 38, p24
Focuses on the participation of tennis player Maria Sharapova in the promotion of sport clothing, footwear and dress accessories in the U.S. Introduction of the U.S. Open apparel and footwear at Town Tennis Club event sponsored by Nike; Launch of the Formula 1 Diamonds watch at Fortunoff;...
- For Whom Does the Bell(-gian) Toll? Goldmann, Todd // Tennis Life;Jul2008, p6
The author reflects on the decision of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) to pay large sums of money to women players. He notes the increasing number of women who are taking their winnings, appearance fees and endorsement monies and retiring. He asserts that women do not have the same work...
- For Backhand and Beforehand. // Time;6/14/1976, Vol. 107 Issue 25, p72
The article focuses on the evolution of women tennis players in the U.S. towards the clothes and apparel they wear. It states that women are purchasing an estimated 100 million dollars of clothing and accessories, wherein the one of the hottest items is warm-up suits. It notes that women have...