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real tennis

an ancient form of tennis played in a four-walled indoor court with various openings, a sloping-roofed corridor along three sides, and a buttress on the fourth side
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However, despite its long heritage, Real Tennis is a living, developing and growing sport.
Sophie - who goes skiing, snowboarding, shooting, carriage-driving, windsurfing, swimming, sailing as well as playing real tennis and golf - has suffered a string of sports-related accidents.
Real tennis thrived in Scotland in medieval times and Mary Queen of Scots was a keen player.
The club's founders were a Birmingham solicitor named Harry Gem and a Spanish businessman, Augurio Perera, real tennis players who had been experimenting to devise an open-air adaptation of the game.
This interactive virtual tennis system utilizes an ungrounded haptic device to render the ball impact accelerations and torques experienced in real tennis.
7 acres of land that had mostly been cleared, yet included a number of vacant buildings, historic police stables and it also included the Grade II listed Real Tennis Club.
3 REAL TENNIS Tim Henman with young Logan, Susan and the new Jag XF Sportbrake at the court on North Harris
Last year saw ex-Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli grace the tournament, which was a real coup for the event and proves the value of the tournament in bringing real tennis talent to play in our city.
HRH The Earl of Wessex marked a historic occasion for Leamington Real Tennis Club when he attended the finals of the first Women's Championships ever staged in the Midlands.
I think it will upset a lot of people by selling off the nursery and getting rid of the land because next to the nursery is the only indoor real tennis centre left in the north east, They'll probably want to sell that off as well.
The world's oldest real tennis club is onto a winner after a Midlands law firm helped to serve up a new licensing deal.