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‘The old days of amateurism are over’: the Samaranch revolution and the return of Olympic tennis
The demise of Olympic lawn tennis in the 1920's: A case study of shifting relations between the IOC and International Sports Federations
Nationalism at war: Conflicting narratives of tennis, 1914-18
'That excellent sample of a professional': Dan Maskell and the contradictions of British amateurism in twentieth-century lawn tennis
Stigmatized, marginalized, celebrated: Developments in Lawn Tennis coaching, 1870-1939
Defeat, decline and disconnect: A critical analysis of attempted reform in British tennis during the inter-war period
The Wimbledon championships, the all England lawn tennis club, and “invented traditions”
The 'ghosts' of lawn tennis past:  Exploring the forgotten lives of early working-class coaching-professionals
The ‘ubiquitous apostle of international play’, Wilberforce Vaughan Eaves: The forgotten internationalist of lawn tennis
“Our Ginny”: Virginia Wade, the 1977 Wimbledon championships and the gendering of national identity
The development and transformation of Anglo-American relations in lawn tennis around the turn of the twentieth century
‘Sandwich-men parade the streets’: Conceptualizing regionalism and the north-south divide in British lawn tennis
'They play to learn, not teach': Shifting British attitudes to American tennis players around the turn of the 20th century
Tim Henman, British tennis and the social construction of English identity in the 1990s and 2000s
Dwight Davis and the foundation of the Davis cup in tennis: Just another doubleday myth?
The forgotten powerhouse: Analyzing the brief rise to prominence of lawn tennis in Ireland in the late-19th century
Discourses of social exclusion in British tennis