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Welcome to the Black Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum where we honor individuals who have broken through the barriers of race and class to achieve success in the wonderful sport of tennis.

Tennis has become the world’s second most popular sport largely because of the geographic, cultural, stylistic and racial diversity of its professionals.  The sport has developed passionate fans of different backgrounds because of this diversity

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Black History Time Line

1874
Queen Victoria grants a patent to Major Walter Clopton Wingfield for the game of Sphairistike or Lawn Tennis.

 
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International Tennis Hall of Fame “Breaking The Barriers” Exhibit

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