Frontenis

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Frontenis

Frontenis
Frontenis is one of the many variations of the Basque pelota game, itself a derivation of real tennis. It is played in one of the largest courts on the sport with a tennis racquet that contains an optional custom double string called "doble encordado" and a tiny frontenis ball. It can be played Singles (1 vs 1) or Pairs (2 vs 2) and the players are called pelotaris.
This image belongs to the following categories: 1916 establishments, 1916 in sports, Basque pelota, Forms of tennis, Racquet sports, Sport in Mexico.

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