In an interview with The Game, Daniele Combi gives insights into his techniques for tennis photography where a split-second can change the whole image while revealing his journey into sports photography.
IMAGO looked back at the previous five men's and women's singles champions of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Federer, Phelps and a stubborn Sampras – IMAGO’s recent addition, Adam Stoltman, shares the stories behind his extensive archive.
With one week left until the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, we are looking at some highlights from the past.
IMAGO’s picture desk sports coverage this week – The German football Bundesliga, tennis WTA and ATP finals, the World Gymnastics Championships, the MLB Baseball World Series, and more.
The synergy of Carlos Alcaraz sweeping to US Open glory three days before Roger Federer announcing his retirement wasn’t lost on The Game columnist Andy Murray. Can the Spaniard rule tennis like the Swiss master?
A stunning image capturing the moment Naomi Osaka helped out a butterfly has won the third edition of World Sports Photography Awards.
Tennis has tried and failed to woo Gen Z in recent years. The Game columnist Andy Murray believes women’s tennis’ newest Grand Slam champion is the crossover star the sport desperately needs.
Examining the tennis icon, Serena Williams, in a new light and through the lens of the everchanging sporting mentality in recent events, Sofia Bergmann dissects the new layers in which Serena is to be considered iconic. Alongside a new generation of athletes including Naomi Osaka, sports culture is evolving and todays icons are not just based on matches won.
The new quarterly sports magazine combining all things tennis and the culture surrounding the sport talks to IMAGO about its growth from a crowdfunded campaign to the chic and arty aesthetic print publication you can find on shelves today.