Emoji dictionary 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji or Tennis emoji or Tennis Ball emoji [ ten-is rak-it and bawl ih-moh-jee ] Published June 3, 2021 What does 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji mean? The Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾 depicts a tennis racquet (also spelled racket) and tennis ball. It is commonly used to represent the sport of tennis and is also used more generally to refer to sports and athletics. The Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾 sees increased usage during major tennis tournaments such as the French Open (which started May 17, 2021), Australian Open, and Wimbledon. Why exactly is it called love? Here are some tennis terms you can use to impress your doubles opponents after a tough three-setter. Related words French Open, Australian Open, ⚾️ Baseball emoji, 🏈 American Football emoji, 🏀 Basketball emoji Where does 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji come from? The Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾, also popularly called Tennis emoji or Tennis Ball emoji, was approved under Unicode 6.0 in 2010. On most major platforms, the emoji depicts a tennis racquet leaning toward the right with a green tennis ball located next to the upper-left of the racquet. The racquet is purple on Google and Microsoft, orange on Samsung, and blue on Facebook. The Apple, WhatsApp, and Twitter versions of the emoji only depict a green tennis ball. The Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾 sees more usage during the summer months when the weather is nice enough in most places to play tennis in outdoor courts. Tennis is a fairly popular sport, so the Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾 is commonly used. It is also often used to refer to specific, popular tennis players such as the Williams sisters and Roger Federer. The word racquet is a variant of racket. Racket is predominantly used in the US and recognized by tennis organizations. Examples of 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji I just reserved a tennis court in Central Park for next month, and I can't wait 🎾 @jesus_jimz, April 27, 2021 I came out here to practice my serve 🎾 And the wind wanna act crazy... 😒 @DeuceSegundo, April 26, 2021 Who uses 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji? The Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾 is commonly used to refer to the sport of tennis. Today I will play tennis for the first time in 20 years? What could go wrong 🎾 — sarah mcc (@unsarah) April 25, 2021 Friday night under the lights on a tennis court, what more would you want?? 😍🎾 — kaitlinhunt (@KaitHunt14) April 23, 2021 Match point saved! A gutsy hold from Djokovic 🎾 Karatsev to serve at 5-4 in the final set. #SerbiaOpen2021 — ATP Tour (@atptour) April 24, 2021 More generally, the Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji 🎾 is used to refer to sports or outdoor activities. Packed sports schedule today and this whole week 🏐🎾⛳️🏸⚾️🥎⚽️🏊🏽♀️🐾 play hard Panthers! — SRHS Athletics (@athletics_srhs) April 21, 2021 From tonight, you should ONLY leave your home for: 🍏 shopping for basic necessities 🎾 exercise once a day 💊 medical needs (to provide care or help a vulnerable person) 🚙 travelling to and from work (but ONLY for essential jobs)#StayHomeSaveLives — Andrea Leadsom MP (@andrealeadsom) March 23, 2020 Just Added Dark Brandon, phrogging, I said what I said, quiet quitting, back to school necklace Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of 🎾 Tennis Racquet and Ball emoji that will help our users expand their word mastery.