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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.

Front Row King offers a great selection of tennis tickets to a variety of matches including the US Open, Wimbledon, Davis Cup, Fed Cup and so much more! You've got to see the pros battle it out on the grass or the clay with tennis tickets from Front Row King!

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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.

Tennis is played by hitting a ball over a net to your opponent without going outside of the lines. Your opponent must then hit the ball back before it bounces twice. If you hit the ball outside of the lines or you let the ball bounce more than once without serving it back to your opponent then your opponent gains a point. The actual game is much more elaborate having more rules but knowing the basics make for a great game to watch.

Currently some of the bigger meets are the US Open Championship, the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships, and the Champions Challenge. Many athletes train for years to attain a status that will even let them perform in these meets and a chance to see them is something not many people get.

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Tennis-Davis Cup to remain annual event -ITF chief
* ITF rules out biennial cup despite players' misgivings * Tennis calendar would not allow such a switch -ITF chief * President says match format could change eventually By Matt Smith DUBAI, Sept 16 (Reuters) - The Davis Cup will remain an annual tournament despite persistent complaints from some players that it over-burdens an already-crowded schedule, the head of the sport's governing body ...

China table tennis coach puts heat on Olympic champ Zhang Tennis Tickets
The head coach of China's all-conquering men's table tennis team has warned Olympic and world singles champion Zhang Jike to knuckle down at the Asian Games or risk throwing away his chance to defend his gold medal at the Rio Games. China won the world championships team event in Japan in May but Zhang was swept 3-0 by Germany's Dimitrij Ovtcharov in his rubber of the final, and also had a ...

Tennis-Even in defeat, Nishikori set to win big off-court
By Larry Fine NEW YORK, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Already ranked ninth in Forbes' list of top tennis earners, Japan's Kei Nishikori is due for a bigger share of the off-court largesse despite losing Monday's final at the U.S. "He has great marketing potential not only in Japan, which is a no-brainer, but also I think he can be a very, very significant new athlete here in the U.S.," Neal Pilson, former ...

Tennis-Metz International men's singles round 1 results
Sept 16 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the Metz International Men's Singles Round 1 matches on Tuesday 7-Jerzy Janowicz (Poland) beat Adrian Mannarino (France) 2-6 7-6(5) 6-4 Paolo Lorenzi (Italy) beat Laurent Lokoli (France) 6-2 6-4 Tobias Kamke (Germany) beat Kenny De Schepper (France) 6-3 7-6(5) Igor Sijsling (Netherlands) beat Andreas Seppi (Italy) 6-0 4-1 (Seppi retired) Michal ...

Tennis-Disappointment for Nishikori, but Asia on the rise
By Martyn Herman Sept 8 (Reuters) - Tokyo's morning rush-hour will probably have flowed a little smoother than usual on Tuesday as millions delayed their journeys to find a TV beaming a 24-year-old wielding a tennis racket on a patch of concrete in a suburb of New York. A tennis player temporarily halting the daily frenzy of life in one of Asia's heaving cities would have seemed fanciful a ...

Tennis Tickets - Top seed Stosur out in 1st round in Guangzhou
- Four of the top five seeds including number one pick Samantha Stosur crashed out of the $500,000 WTA Guangzhou Open in the first round Tuesday, as the former US Open champion's poor run of form continued.