First designed for a "rebellious" Andre Agassi in the early 1990s, the RADICAL continues to live up to its name. Almost 30 years after it was first launched, the racquet’s still disrupting the tennis world.
Not often is a sports stadium named after an administrator, but the Philippe Chatrier Court at the Stade Roland Garros is there because of the man whose name it carries, a man who was possibly the most influential tennis administrator of the last century.
Looking at the beautifully manicured lawns of in South London, Stuttgart and other grass court venues, it’s hard to think tennis on grass could ever have had a crisis. But it did, and you could say it’s celebrating 25 years of getting through it.