While we do see the occasional emotional outburst from a tennis player, the sport itself is pretty docile.

With the net helpfully separating the players, there's absolutely no chance of physical contact.

However, the ball is traveling at very high speeds, and every so often, we're treated to someone getting blasted with a shot.

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Retired Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz and his thrilling backhand notwithstanding, ferocious forehands aimed at a judge can have dire consequences, too.

Click on over to our home base at The Daily Player to get the full details. In the meantime, it wouldn't hurt to pick up a nifty little tennis pendant that won't even do damage to your bank account:

tennis pendant

Not a bad deal for only $17.12.

Pick one up for someone you love, and it could be game, set, and match made in heaven!





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