History

Dunlop Maxply Fort.  The last Maxply ever produced, grip size L10 !! – The most successful racket in the history of tennis.  Manufactured almost unchanged between 1932 and 1985.  Made from a mix of nine different woods.  Debuting in 1932, the racquet was used by a range of pros including Rod Laver, who was said to customize his Dunlops to reach the exact head weight he sought.  With apologies to the Wilson Jack Kramer Autograph from the late 1940s, the Dunlop Maxply Fort had a staying power that led a generation of wood-racquet users. It was the last wooden bat to win Wimbledon, John McEnroe over Bjorn Borg in 1981.  The racket shown was donated to the Berlin Tennis Gallery by Dunlop in the 1990th.  The racket is 1 out of 100 produced in a 1990 Special Edition to honor the Dunlop Fort´s history with the remarkable gripe size L10.

 

Design Concept

G-Anne Fixemer

 

Dimensions 

Small: 45 x 30 cm

Large: 75 x 50 cm

Extra Large: 120 x 80 cm

 

Product

Fine Art Premium Print (240 g / m²)

 

Payment and Shipment 

We accept secure online payment and use insured shipping worldwide

 

Delivery

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Limited Edition Quantity (Giclée)

Small: 300

Large: 150

Extra Large: 50

Fine Art THE VERY LAST DUNLOP MAXPLY FORT

€150.00Price
Size (cm)
Product Type
    • ✔ Limited Edition (giclée + painting)
    • ✔ Certificate of Authenticity (giclée + painting)
    • ✔ Free pick up from galleries
    • ✔ Home delivery with secure packaging

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