Test your tennis knowledge with a little tennis quiz and answers

TennisChitChat has compiled a tennis quiz with 15 questions and answers that you can use with your friends and families during the lockdown.

Tennis quizzes are a great way of keeping ourselves entertained during the coronavirus lockdown. Like many sports around the world, the tennis season has been suspended due to the ongoing pandemic.

We at TennisChitChat hope this little tennis quiz helps provide a little tennis entertainment for you. :)

Tennis Quiz Questions

1. What is Roger Federer's home country?

2. At which Hills was US Open tennis played before it moved to Flushing Meadow?

3. Who has won the most women's Wimbledon singles titles?

4. How many French Open singles titles has Rafael Nadal won?

5. Who was the youngest and the first unseeded player to win the men's singles at Wimbledon?

6. Which venue has hosted the Australian Open since 1988?

7. What American sister and brother won the mixed double championship at Wimbledon in 1980?

8. Novak Djokovic turned professional in which year?

9. How many Grand Slams has Venus Williams won?

10. In the 2007 Australian Open men's Final, which Chilean player made an unlikely appearance in the final in his only Grand Slam final, losing to Roger Federer?

11. Who are the most successful doubles pair of all time?

12. Serena Williams won her maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open in which year?

13. Who won the women's French Open in 2019?

14. Who ended a 77-year wait for a British men's Wimbledon champion in 2013?

15. What breakthrough was made by Lili Alvarez at Wimbledon in 1931?

Tennis Quiz Answers

1. Switzerland

2. Forest Hills

3. Martina Navratilova

4. 12

5. Boris Becker

6. Melbourne Park

7. Tracy and John Austin

8. 2003

9. 7

10. Fernando Gonzalez

11. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan (The Bryan Brothers)

12. 1999

13. Ashleigh Barty

14. Andy Murray

15. She wore shorts (first woman to do so at Wimbledon)

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