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Zimbabwean Tennis Legend Cara Black Nominated For Induction Into The "International Tennis Hall Of Fame" Class of 2022



Cara Black is without a doubt a tennis legend and one of the greatest sportspersons to come out of Zimbabwe. Her career spanning over a decade saw her win multiple titles and rank as number 1 in the doubles category and the former-athlete is being recognised for her amazing career. Cara Black has been nominated for the International Tennis Hall of Fame's Class of 2022. She's alongside names such as America's Lisa Raymond, Spain's Carlos Moyá and Croatia's Ana Ivanovć among others. 

The induction process is currently in the fan voting process and tennis fans have 12 more days to vote for the tennis player of their choice. 



The International Tennis Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world dedicated to preserving the history of the sport of tennis. With over 25,000 objects, extensive photographic and audiovisual collections, and 259 Hall of Famers, they tell the story of an exciting and historic sport and the people who play it best. The museum in housed in the Newport Casino, a National Historical Landmark that sits on a 7-acre site.

Cara Black reached the world No. 1 ranking, and held the top spot for 163 weeks, while ultimately spending an incredible 569 weeks inside the world top-10. She won 60 career doubles titles, including three titles at Wimbledon, as well as trophies at the Australian Open and the US Open. Cara also won five mixed doubles major titles and is one of three women in tennis history (Open Era, since 1968) to have a achieved a career Grand Slam in Mixed Doubles. A nod to the family passion, Cara partnered with her brother Wayne for two of her mixed doubles victories.

Vote for Cara Black's induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame here.

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