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Martina Navratilova Signed & Framed Limited Edition Print

Guide price: £100

Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

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Martina Navratilova Signed & Framed Limited Edition Print

Martina revolutionised the women’s game to become the greatest player in history. She retired in 1994 with a record 167 singles championships still the all-time women's record.She won the Australian Open three times the French Open twice the U.S. Open four times and Wimbledon an amazing nine times including every year from 1982 to 1987.This stunning print chosen by Martina shows her celebrating yet another Wimbledon triumph.

She has personally signed each print and you will receive a copy of a letter from Martina confirming authenticity. It is superbly presented in a black lightweight frame with dual mounts measuring in at an impressive 67cm by 52cm. (approx).Available exclusively through Spirit of Sport this is a super item from one of the games greats.Actual Size 560mm x 410mm - limited edition of 250 and part of the Sporting Masters editions – Photo printed on 250gsm high quality art board - Signing photo will include a copyright over the image.

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