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Tennis is a popular sport that originated in London, England and has since spread to the rest of the United Kingdom

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Background imageTennis Collection: Andy Murray wins at Queens

Andy Murray wins at Queens
Tennis - 2011 Aegon Championships Final - Day 8 - Andy Murray (GBR) vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) Andy Murray celebrates winning the final of the AEGON Championships at Queens Club, London

Background imageTennis Collection: Site of Wimbledon tennis 24441_006

Site of Wimbledon tennis 24441_006
ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS AND CROQUET CLUB, Wimbledon, London. An aerial view of the site showing the re-development of Centre Court under construction. Photographed September, 2006

Background imageTennis Collection: Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, Caledonian Railway poster, 1900-1922

Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, Caledonian Railway poster, 1900-1922
Poster produced for the Caledonian Railway, promoting rail travel to the village of Bridge of Allan. Visitors could take advantage of its golf, tennis, bowling, fishing and mineral wells

Background imageTennis Collection: Lossiemouth, LNER poster, c 1920s

Lossiemouth, LNER poster, c 1920s
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway, showing the beach at Lossiemouth, with a golf course and buildings in the background

Background imageTennis Collection: Inspired by the Wimbledon tennis championships taking place

Inspired by the Wimbledon tennis championships taking place, these children enjoy a game of tennis in the back streets around their home in South East London. 9th July 1961

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon tennis complex, UK

Wimbledon tennis complex, UK
Wimbledon tennis complex, aerial photograph. This complex is host to the Wimbledon tennis championships, the oldest tennis tournament in the world

Background imageTennis Collection: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club Art

All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club Art
Oil painting of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, home of the Wimbledon Championships, 1922 - current day. Centre Court Capacity 15, 000, Court No1 capacity 11, 500

Background imageTennis Collection: Real Tennis at Lord s

Real Tennis at Lord s
A match is played at Lords Court, London. Date: circa 1860

Background imageTennis Collection: Skegness is So Bracing, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Skegness is So Bracing, LNER poster, 1923-1947
London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) poster advertsing rail services to the Lincolnshire resort of Skegness. Artwork by Greenup

Background imageTennis Collection: Aerial image of Centre Court and Number 1 Court, All-England Club (All England Lawn Tennis

Aerial image of Centre Court and Number 1 Court, All-England Club (All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club), Wimbledon, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon Tennis No. 1 Court 24441_014

Wimbledon Tennis No. 1 Court 24441_014
No.1 COURT, All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon, London. Opened in 1997, No. 1 Court is the next most prestigious tennis court at Wimbledon after Centre Court

Background imageTennis Collection: Dunbar, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Dunbar, LNER poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER), promoting rail travel to the Scottish resort of Dunbar, showing holiday-makers swimming in an outdoor pool surrounded by rocks

Background imageTennis Collection: Woodhall Spa, LNER poster, 1923-1947

Woodhall Spa, LNER poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) to promote rail travel to Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. The poster shows a woman holding a tennis racket smiling up at a man on horseback

Background imageTennis Collection: Frank Riseley

Frank Riseley
Frank Lorymer Riseley (1877 - 1959), British tennis player. Date: 1904

Background imageTennis Collection: Andy Murray wins the 2011 Queens Club Championships

Andy Murray wins the 2011 Queens Club Championships
Tennis - 2011 Aegon Championships Final - Day 8 - Andy Murray (GBR) vs. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) Andy Murray poses with the AEGON Championship trophy, the Queens Cup following his win at Queens Club

Background imageTennis Collection: Llandrindod-Wells, LMS / GWR poster, c 1923

Llandrindod-Wells, LMS / GWR poster, c 1923
Find Radiant Health at Llandrindod-Wells ; poster produced for the London Midland & Scottish and the Great Western Railway

Background imageTennis Collection: Garden Ping Pong, 1901

Garden Ping Pong, 1901
An advertisement for Hamleys ping pong for the garden

Background imageTennis Collection: Barclays London Lager advertisement with tennis

Barclays London Lager advertisement with tennis
Advertisement for Barclays London Lager, showing two refreshing looking glasses ready and waiting for some tennis players who can be seen on a grass court in the distance. Date: 1928

Background imageTennis Collection: Lyttleton V Saunders 89

Lyttleton V Saunders 89
A Lyttleton and C Saunders play real tennis at New Princes Club in Knightsbridge, London, which was recently opened by the Prince of Wales

Background imageTennis Collection: Making Tennis Racquets

Making Tennis Racquets
Stringing new tennis racquets at a workshop in Wimbledon, London

Background imageTennis Collection: Martina Navratilova during her Ladies Singles Final against Steffi Graf in 1988

Martina Navratilova during her Ladies Singles Final against Steffi Graf in 1988. Steffi Graf beats current 6 times defending champion Martina Navratilova

Background imageTennis Collection: Princess Diana at the Vanderbilt Racquet Club in London prior to a doubles match with

Princess Diana at the Vanderbilt Racquet Club in London prior to a doubles match with David Verney (Lord Willoughby De Broke), Steffi Graf and Club Secretary Charles Swallow. 10th June 1988

Background imageTennis Collection: Stair Park - Stranraer FC

Stair Park - Stranraer FC
Stair Park is a public park and football stadium in the town of Stranraer, Scotland and is the home of Stranraer F.C. It is owned by Dumfries and Galloway Council

Background imageTennis Collection: Roger Federer

Roger Federer Switzerland Wimbledon Championship 2008 Wimbledon, London, England 25 June 2008 Date: 25 June 2008

Background imageTennis Collection: Major Walter Clopton Wingfield

Major Walter Clopton Wingfield - devised, developed and popularised the game of lawn tennis in the early 1870s. 1881

Background imageTennis Collection: The Bright Young People at a party

The Bright Young People at a party
A group of Bright Young Things at Captain Macheacans fancy dress party where guests were instructed to come as a living celebrity

Background imageTennis Collection: Advert for Raoul Shoe Company 1912

Advert for Raoul Shoe Company 1912
French footwear, womens shoes for all occasions, street, town, seaside, tennis, walking, evening and court. 1912

Background imageTennis Collection: Craven A advertisement - tennis

Craven A advertisement - tennis
For your throats sake smoke Craven A. A female tennis player enjoys a smoke in between sets. Date: 1939

Background imageTennis Collection: Tatler cover - Gabrielle Chanel & Alain Gerbault

Tatler cover - Gabrielle Chanel & Alain Gerbault
Front cover of The Tatler featuring a snapshot taken at Eaton Hall, Cheshire seat of the Duke of Westminster, where Alain Gerbault, captain of the Firecrest and French lawn tennis star, was staying

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis players Fred Perry and Barrelet de Ricou

Tennis players Fred Perry and Barrelet de Ricou at London V Paris annual Indoor Lawn Tennis match 1930

Background imageTennis Collection: Witanhurst tennis game

Witanhurst tennis game
Judges playing tennis internationals at Lady Crosfields house Witanhurst in Highate Village, north west London. Here the first fixture of the newly formed Bar Lawn Tennis Association is seen in

Background imageTennis Collection: Princess Theodora of Greece (left), Lord Portarlington and Lady Zia Wernher, attending

Princess Theodora of Greece (left), Lord Portarlington and Lady Zia Wernher, attending the Lady Wavertrees Tennis Tournament, at Sussex Lodge, Regents Park, London, England. 10 July 1923

Background imageTennis Collection: 1960s tennis fashion

1960s tennis fashion
Frilly panties by Teddy Tinling, as worn by tennis players in the 1960s. Worn with a navy banded white cardigan by Maxine Leighton

Background imageTennis Collection: Gertie Millar in a trouser suit, 1916

Gertie Millar in a trouser suit, 1916
Gertie Millar (1879-1952), popular music hall and stage actress, pictured, " suited at all points like a man, " in other words

Background imageTennis Collection: Rafael Nadal Celebrates Win

Rafael Nadal Celebrates Win Spain The Wimbledon Championships 2012 The All England Tennis Club, Wimbledon, London, England 26 June 2012 THE WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS 2012 THE ALL ENGLAND TENNIS CLUB

Background imageTennis Collection: Juan Martin Del Potro

Juan Martin Del Potro Argentina Wimbledon Championship 2009 Wimbledon, London, England 23 June 2009 IMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIP 2009 THE ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS CLUB, WIMBLEDON, LONDON

Background imageTennis Collection: Andy Murray

Andy Murray England Wimbledon Wimbledon, London 21 June 2005 Date: 21 June 2005

Background imageTennis Collection: Westfield College, Hampstead

Westfield College, Hampstead - Buildings, grounds and the principal - Miss Lodge. Date: 1922

Background imageTennis Collection: The Linesman Who Snored at Wimbledon

The Linesman Who Snored at Wimbledon
A linesman disrupts play at Wimbledon by letting out a loud snore mid-point. 1928

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis player Captain A. F. Wilding in caricature

Tennis player Captain A. F. Wilding in caricature
New Zealand tennis player, Anthony Frederick Wilding, Wimbledon Mens Champion in 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913. His championship run came to an end in 1914 when he was beaten by Australian, N. E

Background imageTennis Collection: Lawn Tennis Championship at Wimbledon 1887

Lawn Tennis Championship at Wimbledon 1887
A page of vignettes from the 1887 Wimbledon Championships in London SW19 including the champion H.F. Lawford, E. Renshaw, C.Cole and that years ladies winner taking centre page, Miss Lottie Dod

Background imageTennis Collection: Lawn tennis at Wimbledon 1877

Lawn tennis at Wimbledon 1877
Lawn tennis at Wimbledon - match for the inaugural Championship held in July 1877. 1877

Background imageTennis Collection: Maxine Elliott in her garden at Bushey

Maxine Elliott in her garden at Bushey
Maxine Elliott (1868 - 1940), American actress, reputed lover of J. P. Morgan and later, the New Zealand tennis player, Anthony Wilding who was killed in 1915

Background imageTennis Collection: 1986-9018

1986-9018
Poster, LNER, Harrogate

Background imageTennis Collection: Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic Serbia Wimbledon Championship 2008 Wimbledon, London, England 25 June 2008 Date: 25 June 2008

Background imageTennis Collection: Roger Federer

Roger Federer Switzerland Wimbledon Championships 2010 Wimbledon, London, England 23 June 2010 Date: 23 June 2010

Background imageTennis Collection: Roger Federer

Roger Federer Switzerland Wimbledon Championship 2009 Wimbledon, London, England 26 June 2009 IMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIP 2009 THE ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS CLUB, WIMBLEDON, LONDON, ENGLAND Date: 26 June 2009

Background imageTennis Collection: 1986-9035

1986-9035
Poster, LNER, Harrogate



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Tennis Collection

Tennis is a popular sport that originated in London, England and has since spread to the rest of the United Kingdom, and is an individual or team sport played on a rectangular court with a net separating the two sides. The objective is to hit the ball over the net into your opponent's court while preventing them from doing the same. Players use rackets to hit a hollow rubber ball covered with felt over or around the net into their opponent's court, and are be played as singles (one player against another) or doubles (two players against two), and is an exciting game that requires skill, strategy, and athleticism, making it one of the most popular sports in Europe today.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Tennis collection from Media Storehouse is a comprehensive assortment of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that capture the essence of this popular sport. Our collection features images from London England United Kingdom Europe that showcase some of the most iconic moments in tennis history. From classic Wimbledon matches to modern-day Grand Slam events, these stunning photographs offer a glimpse into the world of professional tennis. Whether you're an avid fan or simply appreciate beautiful sports photography, there's something for everyone in this collection. Each piece is carefully crafted using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure maximum clarity and detail. With so many options available, it's easy to find the perfect piece to suit your style and decor. The Tennis collection from Media Storehouse is a must-have for any tennis enthusiast or lover of sports photography.
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What are Tennis (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Tennis art prints are a collection of high-quality images that capture the beauty and excitement of tennis as a sport. These prints showcase some of the most iconic moments in tennis history, featuring legendary players such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, and many others. The Tennis art prints available at Media Storehouse are sourced from top photographers around the world who specialize in capturing sports events with stunning clarity and detail. These prints come in various sizes to suit different preferences and decor styles. They can be framed or mounted on canvas for display purposes. Tennis art prints make great gifts for tennis enthusiasts or anyone who appreciates sports photography. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office space with beautiful artwork or simply want to add to your collection of sports memorabilia, Tennis art prints from Media Storehouse offer an excellent option for showcasing your love for this exciting sport.
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What Tennis (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of tennis art prints that capture the excitement and beauty of this popular sport. Whether you are a fan of Wimbledon or simply enjoy playing tennis, there is something for everyone in their collection. From classic black and white photographs to colorful abstract designs, we have it all. Their selection includes images of famous players such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Rafael Nadal, as well as stunning shots of iconic venues like Centre Court at Wimbledon. You can also find vintage posters promoting tennis tournaments from around the world. In addition to traditional prints on paper or canvas, we offer other options such as framed prints and metal wall art. With so many choices available, you are sure to find the perfect piece to add some style and personality to your home or office decor.
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How do I buy Tennis (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

To buy Tennis art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of images featuring the sport. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply select the size and format you want it in (such as canvas or framed) and add it to your cart. You will then be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details before completing the purchase. We offer a wide range of Tennis art prints featuring iconic players, memorable moments, and stunning action shots. Whether you are a fan of Wimbledon or just love the game itself, there is sure to be an image that speaks to you. With high-quality printing techniques and materials used for each print, these pieces are perfect for adding some sports-themed decor to your home or office. So why not explore our selection today?
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How much do Tennis (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Tennis art prints that showcase the beauty and excitement of this popular sport. The cost of these prints may vary depending on factors such as size, framing options, and the specific artwork chosen. However, you can be assured that they are getting high-quality prints at competitive prices. These Tennis art prints capture the essence of this fast-paced game with stunning visuals that will appeal to fans and enthusiasts alike. Whether you're looking for action shots or more artistic interpretations, we have something to suit every taste and budget. With its extensive collection of Tennis art prints from London, England, United Kingdom, Europe and beyond, Media Storehouse is your go-to destination for all things tennis-related. So why not browse our selection today and find the perfect print to add some sporting flair to your home or office?
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How will my Tennis (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Tennis art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. We take great care in packaging your artwork so that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your prints will be carefully rolled and placed into a sturdy tube, which is then sealed to prevent any moisture or damage during transit. We work with trusted delivery partners who are experienced in handling fragile items such as artwork. They will ensure that your package is handled with the utmost care and delivered to you within the estimated timeframe. Once you receive your package, we recommend unrolling your print immediately and laying it flat for a few hours before framing or displaying it. This will help remove any curling caused by being rolled up during shipping. We strive to provide our customers with high-quality products and exceptional service. We look forward to delivering your Tennis art prints straight to your door.