Tennis Open 2020 Game Online - Play Free Fun China Open Games
The excitement and flair of the tennis world are ready for you. Pick up a racket and ace your way through every significant tennis event in the world! Can you win? Can you overcome it all? Train hard, play hard and become an unbeatable legend. Reach the top and write history. Prove yourself and triumph!
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How to Play Tennis Open 2020 Game
All rules and regulations of tennis apply. Enter a match, take your position and defeat your opponent. Use your skill and become a legend. Over 20 unique opponents 4 world known tournaments. Key features include: Rapid quick-play duels, vast customization options, and modifiable match duration.
Fun Facts About China Open
According to WikiPedia China Open is an annual professional tennis tournament held in Beijing, China. The men's singles and doubles events were first held in 1993. In 2006, the China Open became the first tournament outside of the United States to use the Hawk-Eye system in match play. Novak Djokovic is the only player to have won the title six times. Djokovic holds the record for consecutive wins with four titles. In doubles, the Bryan Brothers are the only doubles pair to have won consecutive titles. Svetlana Kuznetsova and Serena Williams hold the record for most titles won in the women's tournament, with two titles each.
Tennis in China
According to WikiPedia tennis is a rapidly growing sport that has received much private and public support, and has today become firmly entrenched in the Chinese consciousness as one of the most popular. Tennis is now the third-most popular sport on television in China, behind soccer and basketball. The national governing body is the China Tennis Association. China has 30,000 tennis courts and an estimated 14 million people in China regularly play tennis, up from 1 million when the sport returned to the Olympics in 1988, according to the WTA Tour. Overall there are four fundamental reasons that have contributed to the growth of tennis in China. Firstly, the national economy has improved enormously and the booming middle class sees tennis as a family sport and a way to improve social status. Secondly, there has been the emergence of higher ranked players from other parts of Asia, such as Japan, India, Thailand and Indonesia all of whom spur competition and standard of play. Thirdly, the investment of the International Tennis Federation and the Chinese Tennis Association in the development of the grass-roots game has been crucial. And finally there are the Beijing Olympics, considered as a way to raise the profile of sports in China.