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Capturing the stars of tennis

Clive Brunskill wasn't always destined to become one of the world's foremost tennis photographers. As a teenager, when he told his dad of his ambitions to turn his passion into a fulltime career, the then 17-year-old was advised to put down his camera and pursue employment as an engineer.<!-- -->
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</br>Luckily for Brunskill, and the sports fans who enjoy his pictures, he ignored his Dad and has spent years traveling the world capturing moments of sporting history.<!-- -->
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</br>It's at the green surrounds of Wimbledon where Brunskill has become particularly renowned and, while you might not know his name, you will certainly recognize some of the pictures he has taken over the past three decades.<!-- -->
</br><a href='/video/data/2.0/video/sports/2014/07/17/spc-open-court-tennis-photography.cnn.html' target='_blank'>Watch Brunskill's interview with Open Court</a>

Clive Brunskill wasn't always destined to become one of the world's foremost tennis photographers. As a teenager, when he told his dad of his ambitions to turn his passion into a fulltime career, the then 17-year-old was advised to put down his camera and pursue employment as an engineer.

Luckily for Brunskill, and the sports fans who enjoy his pictures, he ignored his Dad and has spent years traveling the world capturing moments of sporting history.

It's at the green surrounds of Wimbledon where Brunskill has become particularly renowned and, while you might not know his name, you will certainly recognize some of the pictures he has taken over the past three decades.
Watch Brunskill's interview with Open Court