Tennis, on the other hand, has its own magical aura and unique charm, but in my opinion, when compared to football, it almost fails to bag the first position when it comes to the popularity of sports. This might be due to the fact that because of involvement of many players, naturally huge interest develops compared to the simplicity related to only two players involved in tennis. The comparison between the two games can be discussed in terms of the state of mind. Decisions have to be made in tennis that does not spare much time for the players. No one can disagree that all those trickiest decisions have to be made in a fraction of second and all this strategy involved in this highly fiddly game require the extraordinary presence of mind. An acute decision at the correct moments is what professional tennis is all about. The point is, all the crucial decisions have to be made single-handedly, that is in huge contrast to football, where teamwork is included and prostrating pressure does not have to be faced by only one person. Furthermore, tennis is primarily a one-man show whereas football requires teamwork. Also, the former is played with hands while the latter is played with feet. Summing up, hopefully, this much becomes clear from the above discussion that both games have their huge share in the entertainment world, but it would be unfair to underestimate any one of them. Deficiencies are always there but what matters is how long any game stays in vogue and both games have more or less managed to achieve this position.