The International Tennis Hall of Fame launches fan voting for iconic moments in tennis history

The International Tennis Hall of Fame (ITHF) announced today that it is giving tennis fans around the world the opportunity to revisit, debate and weigh into some of the sport’s most influential moments during the Iconic Moments in Tennis History poll.

As part of the campaign, voters in the United States will have the opportunity to participate to win a trip for two to the ITHF’s Enshrinement Weekend, which will be held 15-17. July in Newport.

Voting begins on April 15 and continues until April 30, when fans will have the opportunity to make choices in five exciting categories: Most Epic Rivalry, Best Cinderella Story, Best Comeback in a Match, Most Iconic Party and Best Moment of National Pride.

The categories and the corresponding nominees were decided by a panelist of tennis experts, journalists and historians, including Hall of Famer Steve Flink, ITHF Historian-at-Large Joel Drucker and ITHF Emerging Leaders Council Representative Nina Pantic.

The series of eight nominees in each category, spanning seven decades of tennis history, includes some of tennis’ most memorable moments and significant accomplishments. Voters will be able to relive their favorite moments from the Hall of Famers and other legends in the sport while comparing these achievements to recent achievements.

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