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How did the modern tennis emerge

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Today, tennis is arguably one of the most international sports, where almost all countries have tennis courts. The wide adoption of tennis today is in large part due to the spreading of the sport through promotion in the Olympics, television, and the fact the game is relatively easy to play and requires minimal costs. Construction of tennis courts is still common when parks are built, helping to promote the sport to children early on. The sports increasing levels of prize earning undoubtedly have also helped to make many people take up the sport, where the diversity of players from different countries in major tournaments is the most it has ever been. The exciting and fast paced nature of the sport also help the sport's appear.
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