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Tennis champions at play

 Video showreel of top players in world tennis, both past and present, courtesy of the film library of the International Tennis Federation. Includes footage of Davis Cup team tennis competitions and the major championships, such as Wimbledon and the French
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 Video showreel of top players in world tennis, both past and present, courtesy of the film library of the International Tennis Federation. Includes footage of Davis Cup team tennis competitions and the major championships, such as Wimbledon and the French Open.

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