Our comprehensive collection of signed tennis memorabilia comes from the world’s greatest stars of the game. Tennis is one of the world’s most popular spectator sports. Accessible, affordable and addictive to watch – throughout the year, tennis tournaments take place between some of the world’s top-seeded players.
Tennis (traditionally known as lawn tennis) is arguably the most popular racket sport on the planet. It originated in France in the 12th or 13th century. Originally tennis was played by members of the gentry – an upper-class social activity that dominated the upper echelons of society. Now it is a much-loved modern sport with tournaments hotly anticipated by young and old.
Over three billion people watch the sport each year – ten million regularly tune in for the Wimbledon finals. Matches take place over a variety of different formats with categories divided into Men’s and Women’s Singles and Mixed Doubles. Up and coming stars train in academies in America, France and Australia, determinedly working their way up to the fierce competitions which take place all year round.
The sporting calendar begins with the Australian Open in Melbourne in January, then comes the French Open and Wimbledon, followed by the US Open. There have been many ground-breaking, record-smashing instances in the history of tennis – such as Serena Williams’ remarkable win whilst pregnant, and Djokovic’s close comeback during the fight for the 2017 title.
At Firma Stella we take the provenance and quality of our autographed tennis memorabilia very seriously. Each item has been independently sourced and is supplied with a certificate of authenticity to prove that every single one is 100% genuine.
These extra-special items are signed at tournaments all over the world including Wimbledon in the UK, the Australian and US open. Our selection includes signed tennis racquets, caps shirts, tennis balls, photographs, mounted displays and rackets. All autographed by some of the sport’s biggest stars, including Rafael Nadal, Venus Williams, Novak Djokovic, Caroline Wozniacki, Milos Raonic, Andy Murray and Roger Federer.