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The history of tennis can be traced back to medieval France in the 12th century, where a game called "jeu de paume" (game of the palm) was played. This game involved hitting a ball back and forth with the hands, and was played in both indoor and outdoor courts. The game became popular among French nobility, and soon spread throughout Europe.

In the 16th century, rackets were introduced to the game, and the sport began to resemble modern-day tennis more closely. The first recorded use of the term "tennis" came in the 16th century, and the first tennis club was founded in France in 1872.

In the late 19th century, tennis began to gain popularity in the United Kingdom, with the first Wimbledon tournament being held in 1877. The tournament quickly became the most prestigious event in the sport, and helped to establish the modern rules of tennis.

Tennis continued to grow in popularity throughout the early 20th century, with the Davis Cup, a team competition between nations, being established in 1900. The sport also became an Olympic event in 1896, although it was not included in every Olympics until much later.

In the 1960s and 70s, tennis underwent a major transformation with the advent of professional tennis. Prior to this time, amateur players were not allowed to receive payment for playing the sport, which limited the number of tournaments and opportunities available. The Open era, which began in 1968, allowed for both amateur and professional players to compete in the same tournaments, and led to a significant increase in the number of tournaments and prize money available.

Tennis continued to evolve throughout the 20th century, with changes to equipment and playing surfaces impacting the style of play. The introduction of composite rackets in the 1980s, for example, allowed players to hit the ball with more power and spin, while changes to grass court surfaces led to a decrease in the number of serve-and-volley players.

Today, tennis is a popular sport played by millions of people around the world, from recreational players to top-ranked professionals. The four Grand Slam tournaments - the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open - remain the most prestigious events in the sport, while the Davis Cup and Fed Cup continue to be popular team competitions. With a rich history and a bright future, tennis remains one of the most exciting and dynamic sports in the world.

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The ATP World Tour Finals is the 2nd highest tier in men’s tennis tournaments, followed by the found Grand Slam tournaments. The ATP Finals is a week-long event that is held annually in the month of November. In 2020, the event will be held in London, U.K., and the 2021 tournament with be moved to Turin, Italy.  

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AEGON Championships, traditionally known as the Queen’s Cup, is one of the top ten tennis events in the world. They are played at the Queen’s Club on Palliser Road, London. The championships are played out across ten grass courts with the center featuring the main court. Winners of the AEGON Tennis Championship earn more than 2 million euros in prize money. 

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The Australian Open has been a famous tennis tournament held annually on the last weekend in January in Melbourne Australia. The competition was founded in 1905, featuring matches for men’s and women’s singles; men’s, women’s and mixed doubles; junior championships, and wheelchair, legends, and exhibition events. Australian Open Tennis tickets are often in high demand before the tournament begins. In 2019, more than 780,000 people attended the Australian Open. 

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The French Open, officially known as Roland-Garros, is a major tennis tournament held annually in Paris, France. The tournament is two weeks long and begins in late May. It is the second of four annual Grand Slam tournaments and played on clay courts. To some, the Roland Garros is considered to be one of the most physically demanding tennis tournaments in the world. Roland Garros tennis tickets for the upcoming event are now on sale. Reserve your seat today. 

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