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Attending a tennis match is different from other sporting events. Make sure you're not violating proper etiquette with these tips.
Step 1: Dress nicely
Dress nicely. While jeans aren't technically banned, a smart casual look and comfortable shoes follow proper etiquette.
Step 2: Sit down and shut up
Stay seated and remain quiet during play. If you absolutely must speak, keep it to a whisper. Wait until play has stopped to visit the restroom or snack bar.
Step 3: Respect the players
Make sure the ball is dead before you react: A premature cheer or groan could cause havoc for a player.
Step 4: Be reserved
Be more reserved than you would at a team sporting event. Don't heckle the players; make calls; shout advice; applaud errors; abuse the chair umpire; or lead a chant.
Do clap enthusiastically after a long rally.
Step 5: Show sportsmanship
Applaud whoever makes a great shot, even if it's not the player you're rooting for. Because proper etiquette while watching a tennis match is all about good sportsmanship.
Did You Know?
Close to 62,000 pounds of strawberries and 1,800 gallons of cream are served every year at Wimbledon, the tournament's favorite snack.
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