Google has been known for Easter eggs, and their latest is a Wimbledon tennis game hidden in its related search results to mark the 2019 Wimbledon tennis championships, whose finals take place on July 13 and 14. How do you find it? Simply go to Google, type in Wimbledon or #Wimbledon, scroll to the right-most edge of the scorecard, cick on the green tennis ball icon, hit play, and you’re ready to game. Read more for a video tutorial and additional information.
Unfortunately, you don’t get to play against a live opponent, but rather an AI-controlled robot. You always get the first serve, and after that, just move left to right to successfully hit the ball. On the desktop version, simply use the left and right arrow keys on the keyboard to move. Once you miss a shot, the game ends and shows a score, which is the number of returns you deliver. The mobile version requires you to tap on the left or right of the screen to move the player.