Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On June 10, 1984 Ivan Lendl came back from two sets down to win his first major title in Paris.
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.
On 28 February 1983, Czechoslovak Ivan Lendl became world number one for the first time in his career after
Every day, Tennis Majors looks back at the biggest moments in tennis history. On February 5, 1985, Ivan Lendl and Larry Stefanki finished a match without an umpire.
Vitas Gerulaitis was in the driver’s seat against Ivan Lendl in the 1982 Masters Cup Final in New York, but things fell apart after the American made a move he’d forever regret.
Ivan Lendl was 34 years old when a severe back injury forced him to retire from the sport that he still very much loved. On this day in 1994, the great Czech called it quits for good.
Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back to one of the biggest moments in tennis history. On December 8, 1985, a 19-year-old Stefan Edberg upset world No 1 Ivan Lendl at the Australian Open to reach his first Grand Slam final.
On this day in tennis history, the great champion defeated Todd Martin to win his final singles title.
On September 1, 1987, Ivan Lendl won without conceding a game against Barry Moir (6-0, 6-0, 6-0) in the first round of the US Open. This was only the fourth “triple bagel” in tennis history.
Every day, Tennis Majors takes you back in time to relive a tennis event which happened on this specific day. On this day, June 10, 1986, Ivan Lendl edged Boris Becker in the final of the Stratton Mountain Open (6-4, 7-6).