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tennis | History & Rules | Britannica

Real tennis, racket sport that has been played since the Middle Ages but has become almost completely obscured by its descendant, lawn tennis.

tennis | History, Rules, Champions, & Facts | Britannica

Table tennis, ball game similar in principle to lawn tennis and played using a lightweight hollow ball and paddles on a flat table divided into two equal courts by a net.

tennis | Rules, History, Prominent Players, & Facts | Britannica

Tennis, game in which two opposing players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use tautly strung rackets to hit a ball of a specified size, weight, and bounce over a net on a rectangular court.

Tennis Court Oath | Summary & Facts | Britannica

Tennis Court Oath, dramatic act of defiance on June 20, 1789, by the nonprivileged classes of the French nation at the beginning of the French Revolution.

tennis - Strategy and technique | Britannica

Tennis - tennis - Strategy and technique: Although successful strokes and strategy can vary widely on different court surfaces, ...

History, Winners, & Facts | Britannica

Open, international tennis tournament, the fourth and final of the major events that make up the annual Grand Slam of tennis (the ...

History | Britannica

Australia - Australia - History: This article discusses the history of Australia from the arrival of European explorers in the 16th century to the present.

tennis - Outstanding players | Britannica

Tennis - tennis - Outstanding players: Tennis in the 1880s was dominated by the remarkable twin brothers William and Ernest Renshaw.

tennis player | Britannica

Helen Wills, outstanding American tennis player who was the top female competitor in the world for eight years (1927–33 and 1935)


Rafael Nadal, Spanish tennis player who was one of the game’s leading competitors in the early 21st century, especially noted for his performance on clay.