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Tennis is a popular sport that has been played for centuries

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Background imageTennis Collection: Great Britains Christine Truman Janes

Great Britains Christine Truman Janes
Tennis - 1968 Hurlingham Club Great Britains Christine Truman Janes

Background imageTennis Collection: Billie Jean King - 1973 Wimbledon Championships

Billie Jean King - 1973 Wimbledon Championships
Tennis - 1973 Wimbledon Championships The USAs Billie Jean King, wearing a Teddy Tinling dress. She went on to win her fifth Ladies Singles title

Background imageTennis Collection: Olga Morozova - 1974 Wimbledon Championships

Olga Morozova - 1974 Wimbledon Championships
Tennis - 1974 Wimbledon Championships Olga Morozova of the Soviet Union. That year she reached the final of the Womens Singles

Background imageTennis Collection: Serena Williams with father Richard and sister Venus after winning the 2012 Wimbledon title

Serena Williams with father Richard and sister Venus after winning the 2012 Wimbledon title
Wimbledon Week 2 : Tennis Championships 2012 Ladies singles final. Credit : Andrew Cowie / Colorsport. 07/07/2012 Serena Williams v Agnieszka Radwanska

Background imageTennis Collection: Pat Cash and Ivan Lendl walk out on Centre Court for the 1987 Wimbledon Mens Singles Final

Pat Cash and Ivan Lendl walk out on Centre Court for the 1987 Wimbledon Mens Singles Final
Tennis - 1987 Wimbledon Championships - Mens Singles Final Pat Cash, right, and Ivan Lendl walk out on Centre Court with referee Alan Mills

Background imageTennis Collection: Reulation Tennis Balls advert

Reulation Tennis Balls advert
Regulation Lawn Tennis Balls, 1900 Date: 1900

Background imageTennis Collection: Peter Fleming and John McEnroe - 1981 Wimbledon Mens Doubles Champions

Peter Fleming and John McEnroe - 1981 Wimbledon Mens Doubles Champions
Tennis - 1981 Wimbledon Championships - Mens Doubles Final Peter Fleming and John McEnroe celebrate victory on Centre Court after defeating Bob Lutz and Stan Smith 6-4, 6-4, 6-4

Background imageTennis Collection: John McEnroe - 1981 Wimbledon Championships

John McEnroe - 1981 Wimbledon Championships
Tennis - 1981 Wimbledon Championships - Mens Singles Semi-Finals John McEnroe complains to the referee during his 7-6, 6-4, 7-5 victory over Rod Frawley

Background imageTennis Collection: Bjorn Borg falls to his knees after winning the 1979 Wimbledon Championship

Bjorn Borg falls to his knees after winning the 1979 Wimbledon Championship
Tennis - 1979 Wimbledon Championships - Mens Singles Final Bjorn Borg drops to his knees on Centre Court after defeating Rosoe Tanner

Background imageTennis Collection: Bjorn Borg takes on Ille Nastase at the 1977 Wimbledon Championships

Bjorn Borg takes on Ille Nastase at the 1977 Wimbledon Championships
Tennis - 1977 Wimbledon Championships - Mens Singles Quarter-Final Bjorn Borg passes Ille Nastase on Centre Court

Background imageTennis Collection: Bjorn Borg and Jimmy Connors - Mens Singles Final

Bjorn Borg and Jimmy Connors - Mens Singles Final
Tennis - 1977 Wimbledon Championships - Mens Singles Final Bjorn Borg celebrates at the net after beating Jimmy Connors (left) on Centre Court

Background imageTennis Collection: 1976 Wimbledon Championships - Womens Doubles Final

1976 Wimbledon Championships - Womens Doubles Final
Tennis - 1976 Wimbledon Championships - Womens Doubles Final Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova celebrate winning the final on Centre Court after defeating Billie Jean King and Betty Stove 6-1, 3-6

Background imageTennis Collection: Bababra Potter

Bababra Potter
Barbara Potter (USA) changes her shirt on centre court as 2 Ball Girls cover her up with the tennis towels. Wimbledon Tennis Championships 1988. Credit: Colorsport

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: The Hon. Eileen Nelson Hood

The Hon. Eileen Nelson Hood
A portrait of Viscountess Bridports only daughter, sister to Viscount Bridport. Miss Nelson Hood, reported the Bystander was greatly interested in yachting, dogs and lawn tennis

Background imageTennis Collection: Heath Robinson Cartoon

Heath Robinson Cartoon
Cartoon, All for Lawn. A few timely suggestions for levelling our lawns in preparation for the coming tennis season. Groundsman flattening grass

Background imageTennis Collection: Olympics / 1912 / Tennis X4

Olympics / 1912 / Tennis X4
Tennis: mixed doubles final with Hannam and Dixon v. Aitchison and Roper-Barrett

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon / Semi-Final 81

Wimbledon / Semi-Final 81
Lawford versus Renshaw in the fifth round of the all-comers match at the Lawn Tennis Championship at Wimbledon

Background imageTennis Collection: Emmanuel College 1690

Emmanuel College 1690
A bird s-eye view of the college showing the chapel, dining hall, library, the Deans lodgings, gardens, brewery, kitchen & an area for real- tennis or le jeu de paume

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis Court Oath

Tennis Court Oath
Representatives of the non- privileged classes held a meeting in a tennis court after finding themselves locked out of their usual meeting hall in Versailles

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis / Ladies Doubles

Tennis / Ladies Doubles
A game of womens doubles in a country garden

Background imageTennis Collection: Evonne Goolagong

Evonne Goolagong / Evonne Cawley, tennis player in action at Wimbledon, 1979

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis player Ann Haydon Jones in action at Wimbledon

Tennis player Ann Haydon Jones in action at Wimbledon
Tennis player Ann Haydon Jones 1968

Background imageTennis Collection: 1978 Ladies Singles Final, Wimbledon, Chris Evert v Martina Navratilova

1978 Ladies Singles Final, Wimbledon, Chris Evert v Martina Navratilova, Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Friday 7th July 1978

Background imageTennis Collection: 1985 Mens Singles Final at Wimbledon Tennis Championships

1985 Mens Singles Final at Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Unseeded seventeen year old Boris Becker of West Germany holds aloft the trophy following his victory over Kevin Curren in the final

Background imageTennis Collection: Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood take time out to relax in the South of France

Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood take time out to relax in the South of France, by playing tennis, before the start of The Rolling Stones European Tour, (starts Frankfurt on 28th April)

Background imageTennis Collection: American tennis Player Don Budge in action during a Mens Singles match at Wimbledon in

American tennis Player Don Budge in action during a Mens Singles match at Wimbledon in 1938. Budge went on to win the title after defeating Bunny Austin of Great Britain in the final. June 1938

Background imageTennis Collection: Fred Perry and Gottfried von Cramm before their match on centre court at the Wimbledon

Fred Perry and Gottfried von Cramm before their match on centre court at the Wimbledon Championships 1931

Background imageTennis Collection: Althea Gibson, winner of the Wimbledon Ladies Singles final. 6th July 1958

Althea Gibson, winner of the Wimbledon Ladies Singles final. 6th July 1958

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis player Pam Shriver. June 1980 80-3060-006

Tennis player Pam Shriver. June 1980 80-3060-006
Tennis player Pam Shriver. June 1980

Background imageTennis Collection: American tennis player Anne White in action wearing her white skin tight catsuit during

American tennis player Anne White in action wearing her white skin tight catsuit during her Ladies Singles match against Pam Shriver inthe Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon style from Australian Roy Emerson, whose brilliance put paid to Mike

Wimbledon style from Australian Roy Emerson, whose brilliance put paid to Mike Sangsters hopes at Queens yesterday. June 1965 P011383

Background imageTennis Collection: Sport Tennis Wimbledon 1953. Maureen Connolly (Little Mo

Sport Tennis Wimbledon 1953. Maureen Connolly (Little Mo.) seen here on Centre Court after winning the womens singles final. July 1953 D3464

Background imageTennis Collection: British womens number one tennis player Sue Barker relaxes during a photo shoot

British womens number one tennis player Sue Barker relaxes during a photo shoot. June 1980

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis: A Hot Rally

Tennis: A Hot Rally
A doubles tennis match played at the turn of the 20th century. Artist: George Derville Rowlandson Date: 1902

Background imageTennis Collection: Ping Pong at Denham Court

Ping Pong at Denham Court
A game of ping pong (table tennis) in progress inside Denham Court, Denham, Buckinghamshire. Date: circa 1904

Background imageTennis Collection: Hard lines on the hard court by George Studdy

Hard lines on the hard court by George Studdy
Hard lines on the hard court -- the Bonzolines dig in their search for the ball, which Bonzo is holding in his mouth. George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), was the creator of Bonzo

Background imageTennis Collection: Elizabethan Tennis (engraving)

Elizabethan Tennis (engraving)
XJF2562816 Elizabethan Tennis (engraving) by English School, (16th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis At Scarborough

Tennis At Scarborough
1922: The tennis courts at South Cliff, Scarborough, north Yorkshire. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageTennis Collection: A general view at Lady Crossfields tennis club party at Highgate 8 July 1935

A general view at Lady Crossfields tennis club party at Highgate 8 July 1935

Background imageTennis Collection: 1970 Wightman Cup

1970 Wightman Cup
Tennis - 1970 Wightman Cup - Wimbledon The USAs Julie Heldman. The USA beat Great Britain 4-3. 14/06/1970

Background imageTennis Collection: Woman 1940s UK tennis magazines

Woman 1940s UK tennis magazines

Background imageTennis Collection: The Dolly Sisters and Pearl White

The Dolly Sisters and Pearl White, location unknown, 1920s 1920s

Background imageTennis Collection: Charlotte Dod

Charlotte Dod
Lottie Dod (1871-1960) sportswoman, tennis player and five times Wimbledon champion. Excelled in golf, hockey and archery as well as tennis

Background imageTennis Collection: Pete Sampras in action at Wimbledon 1995

Pete Sampras in action at Wimbledon 1995

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



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Tennis Collection

Tennis is a popular sport that has been played for centuries. It involves two or four players hitting a small ball back and forth over a net using racquets. The game can be played on various surfaces, including grass, clay, and hard courts. Some of the most popular themes in tennis include sportsmanship, strategy, skill development, physical fitness, mental toughness and competition, and is known for its iconic tournaments such as Wimbledon and the US Open which attract millions of fans worldwide. With its rich history and exciting gameplay, tennis continues to captivate audiences around the globe.
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The Tennis collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning selection of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty, excitement, and drama of tennis. Our collection features iconic images of some of the greatest players in history, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, and Maria Sharapova. The artwork showcases these athletes in action on the court or posing for portraits off-court. The Tennis collection includes a wide range of styles to suit any decor or taste. From vintage black-and-white photographs to colorful modern designs, there's something for everyone in this collection. Whether you're a die-hard fan or simply appreciate the athleticism and grace of tennis players, these prints are sure to inspire and delight. Our collection is perfect for anyone looking to add some sports-themed art to their home or office decor. With high-quality printing and framing options available through Media Storehouse, it's easy to create a beautiful display that celebrates your love for tennis.
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What are Tennis (Popular Themes) art prints?

Tennis art prints are a collection of high-quality prints featuring various tennis-related themes. These prints showcase the beauty and excitement of the sport, capturing its essence in stunning detail. From action shots of players in motion to depictions of iconic moments in tennis history, these art prints offer something for every fan. The Tennis collection includes a wide range of styles and subjects, from vintage posters to contemporary artwork. Whether you're looking for a classic image or something more modern, there's sure to be an art print that fits your taste. These art prints are perfect for decorating your home or office, adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space. They also make great gifts for tennis enthusiasts or anyone who appreciates fine art. Tennis art prints are a must-have for any serious collector or fan of this beloved sport.
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What Tennis (Popular Themes) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Tennis art prints that capture the sport's most popular themes. You can choose from iconic moments in tennis history, such as Roger Federer's record-breaking Grand Slam wins or Rafael Nadal's epic battles on clay courts. Alternatively, you may prefer to decorate your home with stunning action shots of players serving, volleying and smashing their way to victory. If you're looking for something more abstract, Media Storehouse also has a selection of artistic interpretations of tennis scenes that will add a touch of elegance to any room. These prints feature bold colours and striking shapes that evoke the energy and excitement of the game. Whatever your taste in art or tennis fandom level is, we have something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium paper stock materials, these Tennis art prints are sure to impress both casual observers and die-hard fans alike.
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How do I buy Tennis (Popular Themes) art prints?

To purchase Tennis art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our website and select the desired print. Once you have chosen your preferred artwork, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your billing and shipping information before completing the transaction. We offer a wide range of payment options including credit cards, PayPal, and Apple Pay for easy and secure transactions. Additionally, they provide various sizes and framing options for each print so that you can customize it according to your preferences. If you encounter any issues during the purchasing process or have any questions about their products or services, we have a customer service team available via email or phone who are happy to assist you with your inquiries.
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How much do Tennis (Popular Themes) art prints cost?

The cost of Tennis art prints varies depending on the size, quality, and type of print. We offer a wide range of options for tennis enthusiasts looking to decorate their homes or offices with beautiful artwork. Whether you prefer classic black and white photographs or colorful modern designs, there is something for everyone in their collection. Prices are competitive and affordable, making it easy to find the perfect piece within your budget. With a variety of sizes available, from small prints suitable for framing to large canvas prints that make a bold statement on any wall, you can choose the right size for your space. Tennis art prints are an excellent investment for anyone who loves this sport and wants to add some personality to their living or working environment. We offer high-quality images at reasonable prices that will last a lifetime.
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How will my Tennis (Popular Themes) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Tennis art prints will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner by Media Storehouse. The company takes great care in packaging your order so that it arrives at your doorstep without any damage. Your prints will be carefully rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube, which is then sealed with protective caps on both ends. This ensures that your artwork remains flat and does not get creased or bent during transit. Media Storehouse uses reliable courier services to deliver your order, ensuring that it reaches you within the estimated delivery time frame. You can track the progress of your shipment online using the tracking number provided to you via email. Once you receive your package, simply unroll the prints and display them as desired. Whether it's for personal use or as a gift for someone special, these Tennis art prints are sure to add character and style to any space they adorn.