The International Tennis Hall of Fame has long celebrated the sport’s glittering past, and continues to add to its incomparable collection of tennis artifacts thanks to 2021 US Open champions Daniil Medvedev and Emma Raducanu.

“The International Tennis Hall of Fame preserves tennis history so that future generations can learn from and be inspired by the sport’s most notable moments and remarkable people, remarked ITHF President Stan Smith.

“Emma and Daniil certainly showed that they are those remarkable people during their spectacular US Open title runs. We are grateful to Emma and Daniil for recognizing the importance of the Hall of Fame’s mission to preserve tennis history for future generations and for providing this special piece of tennis history to the museum.”

Medvedev famously ended Novak Djokovic’s attempt at a Calendar Year Grand Slam, and fans traveling to Newport, Rhode Island will be able to see the Technifibre racquet that the Russian used to capture his maiden major title in all its glory.

Raducanu captured her own headlines during her fairytale in New York when she emerged victorious from the first all-teen final at the US Open since 1999. To defeat Canadian sensation Leylah Fernandez, the British teenager donned an instantly iconic Nike kit, pleated in red and navy.