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Tennis Tickets

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See all the tennis including ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals), ITF (International Tennis Federation), WTA and ( Women's Tennis Association) .

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ITF - Grand Slam tournaments

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Tournament   Town   Country   Month   Court Type  
Australian Open Melbourne Australia January Hard
French Open Paris  France May - June Clay
Wimbledon London  United Kingdom June - July Grass
U.S. Open New York City  United States August - September Hard

Other tournaments

TMC: Tennis Masters Cup (Tour Championship)
AMS: ATP Masters Series
ISG: ATP International Series Gold
IS: ATP International Series

Type   Select Tournaments Surface   Town   Prize Money  
AMS Indian Wells Tennis Tournament Hard Indian Wells $3,589,000
AMS Sony Ericsson Open Hard Miami $3,770,000
AMS Rogers Cup Hard Montreal/Toronto $2,615,000
AMS Western & Southern Financial Group Masters Hard Cincinnati $2,615,000
ISG Regions Morgan Keegan Championships Hard Memphis $769,000
IS International Tennis Championships Hard Delray Beach $436,000
IS SAP Open Hard San Jose $436,000
IS Tennis Channel Open Hard Las Vegas $436,000
IS U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships Clay Houston $436,000
IS Campbell's Hall of Fame Championships Grass Newport $385,000
IS Indianapolis Tennis Championships Hard Indianapolis $525,000
IS Countrywide Classic Hard Los Angeles $475,000
IS Legg Mason Tennis Classic Hard Washington, D.C. $508,000
IS Pilot Pen Tennis Hard New Haven $708,000

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Tennis History

Ancient influences Tennis can be traced as far back as the ancient Greek game of sphairistike, and is mentioned in literature as far back as the Middle Ages in The Second Shepherds' Play, in which shepherds gave three gifts, including a tennis ball, to the newborn Christ. Sir Gawain, a knight of King Arthur's round table, plays tennis with a group of giants in The Turke and Gowin.

The Medieval form of tennis is termed real tennis. Real tennis evolved over three centuries from an earlier ball game played around the 12th century in France.


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