Tennis has been a huge influence on the game of cricket for centuries, and today we are proud to be a part of the world’s largest cricketing nation, India.
In this article we take a look at some of the many tennis instruments made in India, and how they are still used today.
The Tennis CourtsIndia is one of the largest countries in the world, with over 30 million people living in its territory.
India is home to one of world’s top tennis players, Sachin Tendulkar, who has been playing for the Indian national team for a decade.
His performances in the past year have been among the highest ever seen.
India’s domestic and international tennis has grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years, with many players playing in top-class competitions in India.
Tennis has also become a significant part of many Indians’ everyday lives, with the country having more than 3 million tennis courts in the country.
It is estimated that there are as many as 3,500 tennis courts located in India at the moment, and it is expected that this number will rise to more than 10,000 in the next couple of years.
One of the best-known of these courts is the Nehru Tennis Club in Lucknow.
The Nehru Club has a tennis court with a capacity of 12,000 seats, and is the most popular venue in India for tennis tournaments.
The Nehru-Gandhi Tennis Club is the second most popular tennis court in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Its tennis court is situated at a location in the western city of Lucknow, and its capacity is only 12,500 seats.
A number of other tennis courts have been constructed in India over the years.
One of the first such courts was constructed in the early 1900s in Chittagong, India, which is today known as the birthplace of Indian tennis.
The first Indian tennis court was constructed on the banks of the Indus River in 1896.
The Indian Tennis Federation is the world governing body for the sport, and the Nehri Tennis Club has hosted the Indian Open, Wimbledon, the Indian Masters and Indian Davis Cup since 2009.
The construction of India’s first indoor tennis court took place in 1950, and in the 1960s, the Nehry Tennis Club was built.
In the 1970s, it was constructed and named after the founder of Indian cricket, Indira Gandhi, who played the game for many years.
Today, the tennis courts of India are built on an industrial scale, and are the largest of their kind in the entire world.
The court is designed to serve as an ideal place to play tennis, with its wide open grass courts and large tennis balls.
They also provide a safe place for spectators to enjoy the game, with both players and spectators wearing protective clothing.
A few of India ‘s most iconic tennis courts include:The Nehry-Gadgil Tennis Club (1954)The Nehrawat Tennis Club(1956)The India Tennis Centre(1959)The Mahabalipur Tennis Club and Club (1960)The Birla Tennis Centre (1962)The Jyoti Tennis Centre in Luckworth (1965)The Khalsa Tennis Club, Jyotis, Prakash Tennis Club etc.(1966)The Shilpa Tennis Club at Jodhpur (1970)The Prakamangalam Tennis Clubat Bhagalpur (1971)The Bhadar Tennis Club on the border between Uttar Pradesh and Bihar (1972)The Shahjahan Tennis Club.
(1974)The Swamy Tennis Centre at Chikmagalur (1976)The Kottur Golf Club (1978)The Vellore Tennis Centre on the outskirts of Delhi (1980)The Ghatkopar Tennis Centre near Bangalore (1983)The Thane Tennis Centre, Delhi (1984)The Lalbagh Tennis Club near Mumbai (1985)The Rajkot Tennis Club located in Rajasthan (1986)The Srinagar Tennis Club for the Indias Indian team (1987)The Jamnagar Tennis Centre and the Chhooti Tennis Club.(1988)The Jalandhar Tennis Club of India (1989)The Dhaka Tennis Club which was built in 1987.(1989) The Jharkhand Tennis Club with a 12,300 seat capacity.(1990) The Gokarna Tennis Centre.
(1991) The Lucknow Tennis Club building, Mumbai (1992)The Vijayangi Tennis Centre.(1993) The Kota Tondi Tennis Association in Nagpur.(1994)The Mysore Tennis Club after completion of construction.(1994-1996)The Nagpur Tennis Club site.(1996) The Chandigarh Tennis Centre during construction.(1996-1997) The Nagpur Cricket Club.(1997)The Chandigarshi Tennis Centre building.(1997-1998) The Chhatrapati Shivaji Park, Chandigara.(1998-