2019 Topps International Tennis Hall of Fame Checklist and Details


2019 Topps International Tennis Hall of Fame sees the card maker branch out into another sport. It’s not like they haven’t made cards of tennis players before. It’s just that the majority of them have come in the form of one-of-one cut signatures or among the non-baseball players in various Allen & Ginter sets.

Now this first delve into tennis isn’t exactly complex. In fact, it’s about as straightforward as they come. 2019 Topps International Tennis Hall of Fame lands as a basic 50-card box set.


And that’s it. There are no short prints, parallels, inserts or autographs. Just some of the greatest tennis players of all-time.

Forty-eight cards are athletes already in the International Tennis Hall of Fame, which is located in Newport, Rhode Island. Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Steffi Graf and Billie Jean King are among those on the checklist. Two spots are reserved for a couple of current stars who should find their way into the hall in the future — Roger Federer and Naomi Osaka.

Outside of a Sports Illustrated for Kids inclusion, this is the first Naomi Osaka card.

Box sets run $19.99 on the Topps website.

2019 Topps International Tennis Hall of Fame at a glance:

Set size: 50 cards
Release date: July 23, 2019

2019 Topps International Tennis Hall of Fame Checklist

50 cards.

1 Roger Federer
2 Michael Stich
3 Helena Suková
4 Kim Clijsters
5 David Hall
6 Marat Safin
7 Amélie Mauresmo
8 Martina Hingis
9 Gustavo Kuerten
10 Natasha Zvereva
11 Gigi Fernández
12 Andre Agassi
13 Mark Woodforde
14 Michael Chang
15 Pete Sampras
16 Pat Rafter
17 Jim Courier
18 Stefan Edberg
19 Steffi Graf
20 Boris Becker
21 Pam Shriver
22 Ivan Lendl
23 Martina Navratilova
24 Jimmy Connors
25 Chris Evert

26 Tracy Austin
27 Virginia Wade
28 Björn Borg
29 Stan Smith
30 Billie Jean King
31 Rod Laver
32 Margaret Smith Court
33 Li Na
34 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
35 Rosie Casals
36 Roy Emerson
37 John Newcombe
38 Fred Stolle
39 Jan Kodeš
40 Manuel Orantes
41 Yannick Noah
42 Ion Tiriac
43 Nancy Richey
44 Françoise Dürr
45 Charlie Pasarell
46 Dennis Ralston
47 Cliff Drysdale
48 Nick Bollettieri
49 Justine Henin
50 Naomi Osaka


Ryan Cracknell

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