|Intro||British tennis player|
|Was||Athlete Tennis player|
|Birth||4 January 1850, London, UK|
|Death||25 August 1903, Ely, United Kingdom (aged 53 years)|
Herbert Chipp (4 January 1850 – 25 August 1903) was an English tennis player. Chipp participated in the Wimbledon Championships in between 1882 and 1900. In 1884 he reached the semifinals of the all-comers competition, which he lost to Herbert Lawford 5–7, 4–6, 4–6. In 1898 he published the book Lawn Tennis Recollections, and he contributed parts to J. M. Heathcotes book Tennis; Lawn Tennis, Rackets; Fives. He also was Honorary Secretary of the Lawn Tennis Association. Chipp died in 1903 at the age of 53.