Google has a hidden Wimbledon tennis browser game: How to play

Play Tennis in Your Browser with Google’s Fun New Easter Egg

Google hidden tennis game is highly addictive and here's how to find it

In conjunction with the Wimbledon Grand Slam tournament that concludes this weekend (24 July), they've hidden an 8-bit mini-game Easter egg to pay tribute to the penultimate Grand Slam of 2019. If you search for Wimbledon or #wimbledon, the score card appears as the main result.

One of the world's greatest and most famous tennis tournaments, Wimbledon, is entering its final stages in the United Kingdom, and many tennis fans will be watching the matches when they can, or subsequently searching for scores online to find the outcome of those they missed.

Two-time Wimbledon champion Sir Andy Murray has been named the most searched-for player during the tournament so far, despite not playing in the men's singles.

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Sound fun? Of course it does, and who doesn't want to take a break every now and then?

The game itself is charmingly simple, but it can quickly get nerve-wracking. This should come up whether you're searching on the desktop or on a mobile device, both in a web browser or in Google's app. Ready? Let's find it.

Type in "Wimbledon" in Google Search to try it out for yourself.

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Once entered, you'll then see a purple Wimbledon results box which shows all the latest scores and day's play. This is what we're looking for. Tap the ball and the game will start with various characters like cats, dogs, and even an Android, playing you or against you. On desktop, you can use the left and right arrow key on the keyboard to move your player, and the game ends as soon as you miss a shot. What do you do? The speed increases the more you play, and your opponent is cunning, so be prepared to spend a while getting a respectable score.

Note, that you may not be able to spot the Easter egg tennis ball on browsers other than Chrome.

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