History

Wilson T2000 – Signed by Jimmy Connors.  René Lacoste came up with a novel blueprint for a metal tennis racquet in 1953, but it took Wilson’s creation on that steel design—the T2000, in 1967—to give us the first commercially successful racquet that wasn’t made of wood.  After Billie-Jean King and Clark Graebner used it to win titles at the ’67 U.S. Nationals, Jimmy Connors famously won Wimbledon with the T2000 in 1974 and 1982.  The racquet’s 67 sq. in. head increased power and control beyond the capacities of any wood frame.  When Wilson stopped producing the T2000, Connors purchased every one he could find and eventually signed one for the Berlin Tennis Gallery.

 

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 WILSON T2000 JIMMY CONNORS

€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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