Ahhh... An age old question. Tennis is primarily played in countries that cannot afford squash rackets. This means that it is mostly played in places like Afganistan, Iraq, Turkmenistan, Namibia and Spain. Last year, a theory was voiced by esteemed scientist Dr. Richard Clark, that if life exists on Mars the sport played there will definitely be Tennis. He came to this conclusion by taking the capital letters in the book Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and arranging them to form sentences, that, when spoken into a low-quality microphone and played backwards, sound vagely like a confession that J.K Rowling is actually an ex-student of Hogwarts. When confronting her with this information, Dr. Clark was sadly thrown in jail for stalking because of the most unpleasant methods he used to get into her house. We are currently raising money to try and get him out of jail. If you would like to donate, please phone 1800-447-111. For more information, enter The Dr. Richard Clark Scandal into Wikipedia.
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ANSWER:Three countries that play tennis are Switzerland, Wimbledon and Australia.
Because many of people all around of world like to play and watch tennis. It is good for health and soul. Also professional tennis tournaments are playing in most of countries and contribute to popularity of this sport.
Yes! it is good. Unisex tennis can be very entertaining!
A new tennis player can use a racquet, a sleeve of tennis balls, a gift certificate for some lessons, a tennis outfit, and more. Even some rented time on a court with an opponent to practice and play is a great idea!
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Prince of Tennis!
There are a number of online sources for videos of tennis serves. Some good places to look include YouTube, Active, Full Swing, Tennis Mindgame, and Optimum Tennis.
Almost every country in the world has somehow contributed or plays tennis.
There is a website where table tennis equipment can be bought at www.megaspin.net. Here, they offer some replacement nets for table tennis nets that have been lost at good prices.