Rafael Nadal, the King of clay, has just won his 8th French Open title to set a new record. The 27-year-old tennis great beat his Spanish counterpart David Ferrer 6-3 6-2 6-3 to become the best ever player ever at Roland Garros. He is also the first player to win any Grand Slam singles title on eight occasions. Won’t you like to present a Rafael Nadal autographed racquet as an exclusive gift item to one of your tennis-loving clients or business associates? There is other tennis memorabilia as well to gift courtesy collectabillia.com!
Roger Federer autographed Racquet
Veteran Tennis star Jimmy Connors had once said about Roger Federer, “(In the modern game), you’re either a clay court specialist, a grass court specialist or a hard court specialist … or you’re Roger Federer.” Winner of a record Grand Slam singles titles, Federer depends on his Wilson rackets to craft each win. Here’s offering one in red and white, personally signed by the maestro.
Andy Murray autographed Racquet
British No. 1 Andy Murray’s weapon of choice is a Radical racket, which has an Aluminium frame. A solid hitting racket for the modern power game, it offers Murray spin, stability and more bite on the ball. Here’s one, personally signed by Murray, up for your grab at Collectabillia.com.
Rafael Nadal autographed racquet
Clay court specialist Rafael Nadal depends only on Babolat rackets for their maneuverability coupled with a nice blend of controllable power and spin. The Graphite Tungsten technology applied in these rackets offer more power from all areas of the court. This personally signed one by Nadal is a great collectors’ item, as well as an absolute pleasure to play.
Maria Sharapova autographed 8×10 photo
Russian tennis sensation Maria Sharapova has it all; superb tennis skill and breath-taking looks. She has won several WTA singles titles, including a handful of Grand Slam singles till date. A successful model by virtue of her popularity and good looks, Sharapova is a favorite of many brand stalwarts like Nike, Canon, Cole Haan etc. In 2011, Time magazine featured her as one of the ‘30 Legends of Women’s Tennis: Past, Present and Future.’ On offer is a personally signed still of this gorgeous gal in action.