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Tennis players are extremely quick and talented individuals hailing from all around the world. Tennis is an easy game to learn, but it's so difficult to master that the modern tennis tournament scene is constantly evolving. Being at a tennis match is an amazing experience, from first serve to the last swing you will be amazed at this fast paced game.
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Our tickets are updated every second so you get the most up to date impression of what tickets are available. You even get to pick the seats so you can get front row entertainment when watching tennis live. Whether its Andre Agassi or John Mcenroe Front Row King has tickets to see your favorite athletes perform.History of Tennis:
Tennis originated in France during the 12th century and was originally played with the palm of your hand instead of racquets. It was made popular by Louis X of France who constructed the the modern day courts that are used in the game to this day. During 16th century racquets were added and over the next few hundred years the sport evolved into what is known as modern day tennis which has exploded into a well known sport around the world.
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Tennis-WTA leader sees more growth via TV, fan input
By Mark Lamport-Stokes March 26 (Reuters) - With gender equality achieved and a host of new sponsors brought in, WTA chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster has set her sights on further growth of the tour via a landmark television deal and by enhancing the fan experience. Allaster, who took over as the tour's leader from Larry Scott in 2009, believes the sky is the limit for the Women's Tennis ...
Tennis Tickets - Tunis Open cancelled after terror attack
- Next month's Tunis Open tennis tournament has been cancelled in the wake of the recent terrorist attack in the Tunisian capital, the organisers announced on Friday. The Tunis Tennis Club said on its website it was an "ATP decision to cancel the 2015 Tunis Open with regard to the recent events at the Bardo Museum". The tournament, part of the second-tier Challenger Tour, was also cancelled in ...
INTERVIEW-Tennis-U.S. game will flourish after Serena-WTA leader
By Mark Lamport-Stokes March 26 (Reuters) - Just as American writer Mark Twain described premature reports about his death as "greatly exaggerated", doom and gloom about U.S. women's tennis is way off the mark, according to WTA chairman and CEO Stacey Allaster. While some pundits question the future of the American game after world number one Serena Williams' stellar career ends, Allaster oozes ...
ITF: 2 tennis players suspended for match-fixing violation
LONDON (AP) - Two lower-ranked tennis players have been suspended and fined for violating the sport's match-fixing rules.
Tennis - Sharapova shocked by Gavrilova in Miami
- World number two Maria Sharapova crashed out of the Miami Open hardcourt tennis tournament on Thursday, ambushed by 97th-ranked Daria Gavrilova 7-6 (7/4), 6-3. The upset, biggest so far at the combined WTA and ATP Masters event, took one hour, 49 minutes and marked the worst defeat five-time Grand Slam winner Sharapova has endured in Miami since she lost in the first round on her debut in 2003 ...
Ex-tennis star Bob Hewitt guilty of raping girls in S.Africa Tennis Tickets
Australian-born former tennis Grand Slam champion Bob Hewitt was found guilty Monday in South Africa of raping and assaulting young girls he was coaching there in the early 1980s. Hewitt, 75, had pleaded not guilty to the two charges of rape and one of indecent assault, which were brought against him by three women in 2013. Judge Bert Bam at the South Gauteng High Court outside Johannesburg ...