Cartoons: Tennis, Anyone?

In tennis, as in life, it’s all about love!

Woman holds up a busted tennis racket

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Man with a busted tennis racket asks repairman is he can restring it.
“You restring tennis rackets?”
Bob Barnes
September 1, 1951

 

“How about changing courts for a while?
Dick Cavalli
August 6, 1955
Man who lost a tennis match trips his opponent
“He’s a very bad loser!”
Paul Peter Porges
July 12, 1958

 

Tennis players ask a man in a hammock if he could move off of the tennis court.
“Is this court taken?
Dan Q. Brown
Jun 9, 1956

 

Tennis player asks her opponent if he let her win
“You’re sure you didn’t just let me win?”
Frank O’Neal
June 2, 1951

 

Tennis player kisses his opponent after he loses the match
“Her certainly is a good loser.”
Hank Baeb
May 21, 1955

 

Tennis player winds up in the stands after failing to save the play
“Nice try.”
David Hirsch
May 17, 1958

 

Tennis match winner taunting his opponent
“Did you notice how I dropped it up close, then slammed it way back, then up close, then back, then up, then back…?”
Ray Helle
May 5, 1951

 

Distracted groundkeeper follows an attractive tennis player around a tennis court, messing up the line paint along the way.
Harry Mace
February 27, 1954

 

Woman holds up a busted tennis racket
“I don’t know how long it’s been since I’ve played!”
George Crenshaw
September 1, 1951

 

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