Definition of Tennis match
1. Noun. A match between tennis players.
Tennis Match Pictures
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Tennis Match Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tennis Match
Literary usage of Tennis match
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Tribune Almanac and Political Register by Horace Greeley (1901)
"January 20—International court tennis match at the Tuxedo Park Racquet and Tennis Club, between the amateur champions of England and America. ..."
2. You Can Choose to Be Happy: "Rise Above" Anxiety, Anger, and Depression by Tom G. Stevens (1998)
"Therefore, I can only partially control the outcome of the tennis match. ... If my purpose is to win a tennis match, I will try to choose a winning strategy ..."
3. Sir William Temple: The Gladstone Essay, 1908 by Murray Lowthian Randolph Beaven (1908)
"In more recent times a tennis match has been recorded, with similar reticence as to result, in which the head of a greater republic was matched against a ..."
4. Lawn Tennis: Its Past, Present, and Future by Jahial Parmly Paret, William Harvey Maddren (1904)
"In a lawn tennis match each of the players is under a continuous and violent physical strain from start to finish, his only opportunity for recuperation ..."
5. Tennis by John Moyer Heathcote, Edward Oliver Pleydell-Bouverie, Arthur Campbell Ainger (1890)
"Still, while we possibly may not desire to see the flower of every branch of British intellect watching a lawn-tennis match as keenly as we now so often see ..."