History 

According to the traditional testimony, this is the original racket used by William Renshaw during the Wimbledon Final winning one of his titles in the 1880th (1885).

 

Ralph and Albert Slazenger established the company in London, coming from Manchester, in 1881.  Williams Charles Reshaw was ranked world No. 1.  He won twelve Major titles during his career.  A right-hander, he was known for his power and technical ability which put him ahead of competition at the time.  Renshaw shared the all-time male record of seven Wimbledon singles titles with American Pete Sampras until 2017 when Roger Federer won his eighth singles title.  His six consecutive singles titles between 1881 and 1886 is an all-time record

 

Design Concept

G-Anne Fixemer

 

Dimensions 

Small: 30 x 45 cm

Large: 50 x 75 cm

Extra Large: 80 x 120 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 WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONs RACKET

€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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