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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 legend King calls equal prize money row 'really sad'
Tennis legend Billie Jean King slammed opposition to equal Grand Slam prize money for men and women as "really sad" Thursday and called for more men to follow Andy Murray's lead by hiring a female coach. The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) founder also said men's tennis should emulate the women's game by ditching its ban on mid-match coaching, one of its key features. King was speaking at the ...
Tennis Tickets - Equal prize money row 'really sad', says King
- Tennis legend Billie Jean King slammed opposition to equal Grand Slam prize money for men and women as "really sad" Thursday and called for more men to follow Andy Murray's lead by hiring a female coach.
Tennis - Back? I was never away, says resurgent Wozniacki
- Caroline Wozniacki said she felt like she never left tennis's top level after she underlined her return to form by reaching the WTA Finals semis as the only unbeaten player on Friday.
Tennis-Halep thumps Radwanska to set up rematch with Williams
By Julian Linden SINGAPORE, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Simona Halep crushed Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2 6-2 on Saturday to join Serena Williams in the championship decider at the WTA Finals. The pint-sized Romanian rebounded from her loss to Ana Ivanovic in the last group match on Friday to dominate Radwanska at Singapore's National Indoor Stadium. Halep broke Radwanska's serve five times and racked up 26 ...
Tennis-Halep leaves a big impression on King
By Julian Linden SINGAPORE, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Long before Simona Halep's demolition job on Serena Williams at the WTA Finals, the Romanian was already winning over another of the game's greats. In an era when the biggest and most powerful women seem to win all the titles, the pint-sized Halep almost looks like a throwback to another era. Perhaps that is why she caught the eye of tennis great ...
Tennis Tickets-WTA considers new women's team event
By Julian Linden SINGAPORE, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The WTA, the governing body for women's tennis, is considering a plan to set up its own team event. Women already compete in the Fed Cup, which is run by the ITF (International Tennis Federation) but the WTA is looking at starting up its own tournament. WTA chief executive Stacey Allaster told a news conference on Saturday that the proposal was ...