Tennis had been called the sport for a lifetime, but the scientists from a variety of disciplines, tennis is still one of the best sports anyone can choose to play.

History of Tennis dates back several thousands of years. So, people who are involve in historical researches of this great sport claim to have found evidence of playing tennis in ancient Greece culture.

so we introduce History of Tennis in details.

History of Tennis:

The traditional name : lawn tennis

common: name tennis

the development of tennis is back to 12th century French handball game called “Paume” (palm). In this game the ball was struck with the hand, tennis game was first created by European monks for entertainment roles during ceremonial occasions.

At first, the ball was hit with hands. Later, the leather glove came into existence. This leather glove was replaced with an adaptive handle for effective hitting and serving of the ball. That was a birth of tennis racquet.

The very first world tennis championship was held at Worple Road in Wimbledon,London (UK). The sponsors were the All England Croquet Club. Only 22 players entered the Men Singles, which was the only event.

Spectators paid a mere one shilling to watch the finals. The first winner of this men event in the tennis history of Wimbledon was Spencer Gor.

History of Tennis

How have tennis rackets changed over the years?

High-end tennis rackets have been made from fiber-reinforced composite materials, such as fiberglass, carbon fiber and aramid (strong synthetic fibers).

The advantage of these blended materials over wood and metal is their high stiffness and low density, combined with manufacturing accomplished .

The progress of the Tennis Racket:

Tennis players are obsessed with their gear. Finding the right racket can be a lifelong journey. On court, the racket is the extension of the player’s arm. During the perfect shot both become one a moment of bliss that all tennis players aim for.

The very first tennis racket was produced in 1874 and made of solid wood, meaning John McEnroe could have caused some serious damage back then.

In 1968 the first steel racket entered the market and gained legendary status when it was used by one of tennis’ superstars, Jimmy Connors. A decade later, it was the addition of aluminum that change the racket once more.

The addition of graphite in the 1980s again lightened the weapon, furthering the previous advancements.

All of these progress were driven by the desire for more control and, simultaneously, more power.

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