Louis X of France reigned as the king of Navarre (from April 4, 1305 to June 5, 1316) and as the king of France (from November 29, 1314 to June 5, 1316). Louis was the eldest son of Philip IV of France and Joan I of Navarre. While he inherited the kingdom of Navarre from his mother, he succeeded his father as the king of France later. Louis introduced some major reforms in his kingdom. He abolished slavery or serfdom in his kingdom, with a view to earn more revenue, as the slaves were required to buy their freedom by paying with their property. Repealing an order that his father had introduced to drive out Jews from his kingdom, Louis let the Jews come back to France, but with conditions. He also built an army to take care of the Flanders issue. Louis’s kingdom was known for various conflicts, which earned him the nickname “the Quarrelsome.” He was perhaps one of the first documented tennis players in history. He died at the age of 26, after consuming wine, following a game of tennis. His heir, John I, was born 5 months after Louis’s death. However, John, too, died within days of his birth, leaving the kingdom to Louis’s brother Philip.