The Wimbledon tournament has become the subject of a new Google game. The research site has hidden a tennis game in search results for the most traditional championship of the sport. The easter egg can be accessed from the game table that appears by using the championship name as a search term. The game resembles the classic Pong and only requires moving the character sideways in order to hit the ball coming from the opponent. Controls are made by means of the arrow keys or taps on the phone screen.
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To find the hidden tennis game on Google on your computer or mobile phone, simply type the word "Wimbledon" and hit the "Enter" key or click "Search". In the results, you will see a box with the dates of the games. Click each tab until you reach the end of the table, right, and click the green ball in the corner.
To find the hidden game on Google, go to the bottom of the tabs on the Wimbledon Tournament game table Photo: Playback / Google
The oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It takes place in London annually and is the third in the sequence of four annual Grand Slam championships. Also on the list are the Australian Open, the Roland Garros Tournament and the US Open. Wimbledon games are the only ones in this group that take place on grass courts.
The men's final of the 2019 edition is scheduled for July 12. The current world number one, Novak Djokovic, and Roberto Bautista, who make one of the semifinals, are up for grabs. The other being occupied by the winner of the game between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. The women's final takes place a day earlier between the winners of the matches between Elina Svitolina and Simona Halep; and between Serena Williams and BarboraStrcov.
Google's Easter Eggs in the form of games are often published in Doodle, such as Pac-Man, Magic Cube and Hip-Hop. Games outside the Doodle proposal occur in smaller numbers. This is the case of the game Where Is Carmen San Diego, which is hidden in Google Earth, and now in the game of the Wimbledon tournament.
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