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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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Leading tennis tournament renamed Miami Open with Brazilian sponsorship
By Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) - One of the most popular professional tennis events has a new name - the Miami Open presented by Itaú - following the announcement that the Brazilian bank Itaú Unibanco is taking over as its new title sponsor from Sony. The tournament, nearing its 30th year, attracts the world's top male and female tennis stars who help drive flocks of international visitors ...
International Tennis Tickets Federation chief to lead AGM in Dubai
The ITF president has been a staunch advocate of the UAE's capability to host top events. The International Tennis Federation (ITF) president Francesco Ricci Bitti will lead top minds from the world of tennis at the 101st annual general meeting (AGM) of the global governing body in Dubai next month. Scheduled to be held from September 16 to 18 under the patronage of Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed ...
Tennis - Davis Cup door ajar for Del Potro as captain quits
- Argentina tennis star Juan Martin Del Potro's boycott of the Davis Cup team could be at an end after captain Martin Jaite announced on Tuesday he would be stepping down after their play-off with Israel in September. Del Potro, who is presently recovering from wrist surgery and will not be able to try and regain the US Open title he won in 2009, has not played Davis Cup for the past two seasons ...
Learn and improve your tennis the Clark Francis way
Clark Francis Tennis' (CFT) new season begins next month with some great programmes which are now open for registration. For instance, the Ladies Morning session will continue four times a week, where CFT qualified coaches will show you technique, strategy and give tactical tips on court.
Tennis - Riske upsets Pennetta at New Haven tennis
- Unseeded Alison Riske became the first player to reach the quarter-finals by upsetting sixth-seeded Italian Flavia Pennetta 6-1, 7-6 (7/3) at the Connecticut Open on Tuesday.
Tennis Tickets-New Haven Open women's singles round 2 results
Aug 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the New Haven Open Women's Singles Round 2 matches on Tuesday 2-Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic) beat Ekaterina Makarova (Russia) 6-2 6-1 Magdalena Rybarikova (Slovakia) beat 1-Simona Halep (Romania) 6-2 4-6 6-3 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova (Czech Republic) beat Caroline Garcia (France) 7-5 6-2 Alison Riske (U.S.) beat 6-Flavia Pennetta (Italy) 6-1 7-6(3)