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Tennis is a popular sport played by individuals or teams of two players each

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Background imageTennis Collection: American tennis star John McEnroe. June 1980 80-03078a

American tennis star John McEnroe. June 1980 80-03078a
American tennis star John McEnroe. June 1980 a

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon Tennis. Steffi Graf. July 1991 91-4197-101

Wimbledon Tennis. Steffi Graf. July 1991 91-4197-101
Wimbledon Tennis. Steffi Graf. July 1991

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: Teddy bear playing tennis

Teddy bear playing tennis. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageTennis Collection: Centre Court, Wimbledon

Centre Court, Wimbledon
Overhead view of the famous Centre Court at Wimbledon - the Lawn Tennis Championships being one of the highlights of the summer sporting calendar. Date: 1927

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis court romance, 1890s or early 1900s

Tennis court romance, 1890s or early 1900s
Tennis player distracted by a flirtatious, fashionable woman, circa 1900. Printed color halftone reproduction of an illustration

Background imageTennis Collection: The Ball Boy by George Studdy

The Ball Boy by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy sits at the edge of a tennis court and rather naughtily chews his way through a number of tennis balls

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis match BB98_05518

Tennis match BB98_05518
Tennis Match, Buckinghamshire. A group playing a doubles match in lawn tennis. Date range: 1896 - 1920. Alfred Newton and Son

Background imageTennis Collection: Lea Pericoli, Italian Tennis Player at Wimbledon

Lea Pericoli, Italian Tennis Player at Wimbledon 1955

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: Muhammad Ali at Nuneaton. The boxing legend brought his own kind of magic to thrill

Muhammad Ali at Nuneaton. The boxing legend brought his own kind of magic to thrill crowds at an end-of-season Midlands Floodlit Cup final between Nuneaton Borough and Bedworth

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: 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: SNCF poster, Chamonix, France

SNCF poster, Chamonix, France, in summer and winter, offering golf, hockey, mountaineering, skiing and tennis. Date: circa 1948

Background imageTennis Collection: Tennis-playing brunette beauty prepares to smash

Tennis-playing brunette beauty prepares to smash
Striking! A tennis-playing brunette beauty prepares to hit a net-side smash shot. It looks like game, set and match for her handsome male companion. Date: early 1940s

Background imageTennis Collection: Reulation Tennis Balls advert

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

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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Roger Federer

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

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: Serena Williams

Serena Williams Usa 16 April 1998 Date: 16 April 1998

Background imageTennis Collection: Monica Seles

Monica Seles Yugoslavia 23 March 1992 Date: 23 March 1992

Background imageTennis Collection: Monica Seles

Monica Seles Yugoslavia 23 March 1992 Date: 23 March 1992

Background imageTennis Collection: PETE SAMPRAS BEATS TODD MARTIN AT THE WIMBLEDON SEMI FINALS JULY 1994 02 / 07 / 1994

PETE SAMPRAS BEATS TODD MARTIN AT THE WIMBLEDON SEMI FINALS JULY 1994 02 / 07 / 1994
PETE SAMPRAS BEATS TODD MARTIN AT THE WIMBLEDON SEMI FINALS JULY 1994 02/07/1994

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon 1980: Mens Finals: Bjorn Borg v. John McEnroe. July 1980 80-3479-004

Wimbledon 1980: Mens Finals: Bjorn Borg v. John McEnroe. July 1980 80-3479-004
Wimbledon 1980: Mens Finals: Bjorn Borg v. John McEnroe. July 1980

Background imageTennis Collection: Wimbledon 1981. John McEnroe in trouble with the Umpire. July 1981 81-3764-005

Wimbledon 1981. John McEnroe in trouble with the Umpire. July 1981 81-3764-005
Wimbledon 1981. John McEnroe in trouble with the Umpire. July 1981



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Tennis Collection

Tennis is a popular sport played by individuals or teams of two players each. It involves hitting a ball back and forth over a net using tennis rackets. The objective of the game is to win points by making the ball land within the opponent's court without them being able to return it, and are be played on various surfaces such as grass, clay, or hard courts, with different rules and strategies for each surface. The sport requires physical fitness, agility, coordination, and mental focus. Tennis tournaments are held worldwide at amateur and professional levels, including Grand Slam events like Wimbledon and the US Open that attract millions of fans every year.
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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 stunning range of wall art and framed prints that captures the beauty and excitement of this beloved sport. Featuring iconic images of tennis legends such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, and Billie Jean King, our collection showcases the grace, power, and athleticism that define tennis at its best. From action shots on the court to candid portraits off it, these prints offer a unique glimpse into the world of professional tennis. Whether you're a fan looking to decorate your home or office with inspiring sports imagery or an athlete seeking motivation for your own game, there's something in our collection for everyone. With high-quality printing and framing options available, these pieces are sure to make a statement wherever they're displayed. So why not add some style and inspiration to your space with one of these beautiful Tennis prints today?
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What are Tennis (Sport) art prints?

Tennis art prints are high-quality reproductions of original artwork that depict various aspects of the sport. These prints can feature iconic tennis players, historic moments in tennis history, or simply capture the beauty and energy of the game itself. Tennis art prints are a great way to celebrate your love for this popular sport and add a touch of elegance to any room in your home or office. We offer a wide range of tennis art prints from some of the world's most talented artists and photographers. Whether you're looking for classic black-and-white photographs or vibrant paintings, we have something to suit every taste and style. Our prints are available in a variety of sizes and formats, including canvas, framed paper, metal, and more. Whether you're an avid fan or just appreciate the beauty of this timeless sport, our collection of tennis art prints is sure to impress.
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What Tennis (Sport) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of tennis art prints that capture the excitement, skill and beauty of this popular sport. You can choose from stunning action shots of players in full swing or more artistic depictions that showcase the grace and elegance of the game. Some popular options include vintage posters advertising famous tournaments such as Wimbledon, classic black and white images of legendary players like Bjorn Borg or Martina Navratilova, and contemporary photographs showcasing current stars like Serena Williams or Rafael Nadal. Whether you're a die-hard fan looking to decorate your home with your favourite player's image or simply appreciate the aesthetic appeal of tennis, we have something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques and a variety of sizes available, these tennis art prints are sure to make a statement on any wall.
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How do I buy Tennis (Sport) art prints?

To buy Tennis art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of tennis-themed artwork online. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their prints, so be sure to select the one that best fits your needs. We also offer a range of paper types, including glossy or matte finishes. If you have any questions about the ordering process or need assistance selecting the perfect print for your home or office, our customer service team is available via phone or email to help guide you through the process. With their vast selection of high-quality tennis art prints, finding the perfect piece has never been easier.
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How much do Tennis (Sport) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Tennis art prints that are available at varying prices. The cost of our Tennis art prints depends on several factors such as the size, quality, and type of print you choose. Our collection includes vintage posters, action shots, portraits and much more from some of the most iconic tennis players in history. We understand that everyone has different preferences when it comes to artwork and budgets. That's why we have made sure to cater for all tastes by offering affordable options without compromising on quality. We also provide framing services which can add an extra touch of elegance to your chosen piece. Whether you're looking for something classic or contemporary, our extensive selection is sure to have something that will suit your taste and budget. So if you're a fan of tennis or simply appreciate great sports photography, check out our collection today.
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How will my Tennis (Sport) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Tennis art prints are delivered to you in the best possible condition. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit and ensure it arrives safely at your doorstep. Your Tennis art prints will be shipped directly from our production facility to your chosen delivery address. Our standard shipping method is via courier service, which allows for fast and secure delivery of your order. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive a tracking number so that you can monitor its progress online. This way, you can stay up-to-date with the status of your delivery and know exactly when it will arrive. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and want you to be completely satisfied with every aspect of your purchase. If for any reason there are issues with the delivery or quality of your Tennis art prints, please do not hesitate to contact us so that we can resolve them as quickly as possible.