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We have three tennis courts located at the heart of our penisular, nestled beteen the trees, where you can learn everything from perfecting your forehand to mastering the volley.

  1. Tennis balls were originally white. In 1986, yellow balls were first introduced at Wimbledon.

  2. According to the International Tennis Federation, hard courts were used in official tournaments as far back as the 1940s.

  3. Clay, Hard, Glass, Carpet, and Wood are the five types of court surfaces used in professional tennis.

  4. An estimated 54,250 tennis balls are used during Wimbledon.

  5. The loudest grunt, which reached 105 decibels, came from Maria Sharapova in 2009 during Wimbledon.

  6. In the beginning, tennis courts were hourglass-shaped. Rectangular courts have been in existence since 1875.

  7. The receiving team is allowed to stand anywhere during the serve except in the service box.

  8. The U.S. Open is the only major to have been played on three surfaces.

  9. If a doubles team audibly communicates loudly during a point, they forfeit the point.

  10. If an additional ball enters the court while a point is in progress, the point must be replayed.