beautieful racquet ;) the logo and shape of the racquet suggest around 1900.
i own a few Slazengers from that era but not this one. couldn´t find it in Küblers book of Tennis racquets either
could you post a pic of the buttcap?
you can find them from time to time. i have about 6 of them that are still in playing condition:) played my last senior tournament with it in 2017 just for the fun of it.
truth be told, i´m a bit of a racquetaholic myself. i own a couple hundred racquets and have played with many of them.
it´s a Wimbledon Graphite. he and Joakim Nystrom played with it in the 80´s.
i ran out of rackets after all that time.
Pernfors played with Snauwaert afterwards. His own Pernfors Autograph model and also the ATP model
I ´ ve been playing senior tourneys all over europe the past few years. You meet interesting people,play sports and enjoy the local sights and beverages.
People get injured regularly but seldom die on the courts;)
The one thing i noticed particularly, is that they start their training at age 3. while it is essential to start very young, i wonder whether their is any statistic about at what age the current generation of pros started their training.
In other words, is it too late to start at age 5 or 6?