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Actress Farrah Fawcett attends the taping of 'Celebrity Battle of the Sexes Tennis Tournament' on April 1977 at Marguerite Park in Mission Viejo, California.

Farrah Fawcett - A Tribute                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Farrah Fawcett - A Tribute

cannot tell you how much time and energy spend on trying to get this hair. Farrah Fawcett in a tennis match vintage -.

Chris Evert

Christine Marie "Chris" Evert (born December known as Chris Evert-Lloyd from 1979 to is a former World No.

all white tennis outfit

Tennis-Inspired Fashion Style

Tennis has taken its own form in fashion like no other sports have ever done. Maybe it’s because of tennis outfits give that active vibe on its wearer while

25th June 1938: American tennis player Alice Marble (left) and Kay Stammers walking on to court at Wimbledon.

June American tennis player Alice Marble (left) and Kay Stammers walking on to court at Wimbledon.

Christine Marie Evert (DOB Dec is a former World No 1 Professional Tennis Player from the United States of America having won

Björn Borg with Andre Agassi in Las Vegas, 1979. (Photo by Michael Brennan)

Swedish tennis player Bjorn Borg with eight year-old future champion Andre Agassi, Las Vegas, Nevada,

Rising women's tennis star Sloane Stephens is the 15th-ranked female player in the world and has shown her true potential to be the next great women's tennis player: She pushed No. 2-ranked Victoria Azarenka to the brink at the Australian Open.

Rising women's tennis star Sloane Stephens is the female player in the world and has shown her true potential to be the next great women's tennis player: She pushed No. Victoria Azarenka to the brink at the Australian Open.

Suzanne Lenglen - one of the greatest  tennis players of all time. Between 1919 and 1926, she lost only one match. The first major tennis star to turn professional, Lenglen died of pernicious anaemia 4 July 1938 at the age 39.

Suzanne Lenglen at the Antwerp Olympic Games in She won the women's tennis single and mixed double events and the outfit she's wearing is also a big win. I particularly like the ballet-type shoes!

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