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Leyton Hewitt Signed Limited Edition Presentation

Guide price: £160

Last updated on 14th Nov 2014

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Leyton Hewitt Signed Limited Edition Presentation

In 2001 Leyton Hewitt became the youngest male ever to be ranked number one in the World.He has won 26 career titles to date with his best achievements being the 2001 U.S. Open and 2002 Wimbledon men's singles titles.Hewitt is known for his competitiveness and wins most of his matches with relentless aggression fitness consistent shots and highly skilled footwork.This superb presentation is an officially licensed product and contains a ball personally signed by Leyton.

Above is a photo of him celebrating and the entire presentation is box framed in a tasteful brush silver surround with cut aperture double mounts and a plaque detailing the players career.It is a limited edition of 250 and measures in at a large and impressive 70cm by 40cm (approx).Each are individually numbered and available in the UK exclusively through Spirit of Sport.

A wonderful and rare item of memorabilia from a player who will go on to win many more titles Leyton Hewitt.

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