Tennis Quiz

(Guess the ATP Winners High to Low)

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Guess the ATP ranked player in order of the Highest to Lowest

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Hi and welcome to the EpicWin Tennis Quiz. We have got a tennis quiz to certainly test your knowledge from the get-go. Tennis is a game that’s played across the world. There are many rules that go into a tennis game and understanding them is crucial to understand the game better. 

But you’re not here to learn how to play tennis. You’re here to play the best Tennis Quiz on the internet. Here at EpicWin, we a couple of weekend tennis players. They brought in the help of other players to craft a really impressive quiz. It’s one of the few shorter quizzes we have on EpicWin. We hope you know about your ATP tennis.

What is this Tennis Quiz about?

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Your task in our tennis quiz is to guess the ATP ranked players in order of the highest to lowest total weeks at number 1. So you have the simple task of using your noodle to guess which players have the spent the most to the least weeks at number 1. So who has spent the most weeks at number one and who has spent the least, in descending order. The ATP has been around since 1972, way before any of the EpicWin team existed.

This great tournament has stood the test of time and has got bigger decade by decade. Which mean, if you are a true tennis lover, you should know the ranked ATP players. If not, now is a good time to go and do a quick search before you start the quiz. If you would like to check out our other cool quizzes, head over to the hub page. 

How to Play this Quiz?

This tennis quiz has been classified as moderately difficult by the EpicWin team. The main reason for such a classification is because of the level of knowledge you need to have on the subject. If you have not watched the ATP tours, you would not know the players by their rank. You will have ten questions to answer in this quiz. To help you we have added a new strategy. If you do not get the question correct, you will not be able to advance to the next question. This means you will have four chances to get the question correct. 

We did not want to take it to twenty question due to the difficulty level rising. Each question has four possible answers to select from. There will only ever be one correct answer for each question. If you answer correctly, you will be shown a correct answer flag. If you answer incorrectly, you will be sent to the Tennis Quiz hall of shame.  We also have some great Basketball quizzes for you guys to try out. Know much about NBA MVP winners? Can you recognize your favorite team’s logo? / what about other teams’ logos

The Major Tennis Tournaments

Getting your Ready for our Tennis Quiz

The Australian Open

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The Australian Open is a tournament in which professional tennis players compete each year from the last two weeks of January in Melbourne, Australia. The Grand Slam tennis tournaments, which take place over the course of the year, start with the Australian Open, then the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. The lineup comprises singles events for men and women; doubles and triples events for men and women; juniors’ competitions; and wheelchair, legends, and exhibition events. Before 1988, the court surface was green Rebound Ace up to 2007, and blue Plexicushion from 2008 to 2019. However, from 2020, it has been green-colored GreenSet.

The French Open | Roland Garos

the french open tennis quiz

The French Open, which also recognized as Roland Garros, is a prestigious tennis event that is held across two weeks every year from late May to early June in Paris. The event and stadium are named after a French pilot Roland Garros, who was a national hero during World War One. It’s the second of the four-year-long Grand Slam tennis events. the other three major tennis tournaments in the world are the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.  The French Open is the only major tennis tournament that is played on clay. Did you know that t he French Open was the only non-grass major tennis tournament prior to 1975.


Wimbledon, the historic tournament and first major is also largely recognized as the most renowned tennis event in history. Historicaly the tournament has been played at the All England Venue in Wimbledon, London, and outdoors on grass courts with a roof that can open and close at will over Centre Court. The tournament has been played outdoors on grass courts since 2009.  Get ready to get stuck into our Tennis quiz soon, keep reading to learn more about Wimbledon for now. 


One of the Grand Slam tennis events is Wimbledon, which takes place in June. Wimbledon seems to be the only major event in tennis currently played on grass, the historical surface for the sport.

In previous years, the tournament has come and gone over two weeks in the weeks around the last Monday of June and the first two weeks of July, and the Finals have been played on the final Saturday and Sunday of the two weeks. However, in 2015, the tennis schedule was rearranged and the tournament began earlier in the month of July. In addition to regular year-end contests, the Five Major Events are held every year, with several junior and invitational tournaments taking place as well.

The US Open

A hard-court tennis event, like the U.S. Open, has no grass courts or clay courts. The US Open tournament is one of the most mature and most prominent tennis tournaments in history. The U.S. National Championship, which was played for the first time in 1881 and consisted of men’s singles and men’s doubles.

Ever since its inception in 1987, it has traditionally taken place as the 4th Grand Slam tournament of each year. Following that, the Australian Open, the French Open, and Wimbledon. The US Open runs from the end of August to the middle of September, which includes the final two weekends in August and the first two weekends in September.

Well, we hope you have enjoyed learning about the different tennis tournaments the occur throughout the year. Are you ready to show us your stuff in our Tennis quiz?

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