Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On May 28, 1980, Jimmy Connors won over the Parisian fans with a gritty comeback victory over French player Jean-Francois Caujolle
Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On May 4, 1980, Jimmy Connors defeated John McEnroe in the now disappeared World Championship Tennis Finals in Dallas
Each day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to an important moment in the sport’s history. On March 18, 1984, a bomb scare halted the Rotterdam final between Ivan Lendl and Jimmy Connors. It was never resumed.
Not so convinced by the interest to make himself available for the Davis Cup, Jimmy Connors had never played a tie with John McEnroe until February 24, 1984, with the United States playing Romania in Bucharest. The Americans secured the win, but were unable to grab the trophy at the end.
On this day in 1982, Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe were at each other’s throats in Chicago. The epic five-setter was one of their testiest battles on record.
Every day, Tennis Majors looks back at some of the most iconic moments in tennis history. On January 8, 1978, the Masters Cup final sparked a No.1 debate between Jimmy Connors and Bjorn Borg.
Tennis’s ‘first couple’ both reached the final of the Australian Open – but only one of them came away with the trophy.
On this day in 1981, two fierce rivals clashed in more ways than one at the Wembley Grand Prix.
On this day in tennis history, the world No 1 finally stepped on to court to represent the United States in Davis Cup competition.
Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back to one of the most iconic moments in tennis history. On September 25, 1992, Jimmy Connors and Martina Navratilova squared off in the last Battle of the Sexes match.