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Tennis

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Transcript of Tennis

The aim of the game
Each player uses a racquet that is strung
with cord to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with
felt over or around a net and into the opponent's court. The object of the game is to play the ball in such a way that the opponent is not able to play a good return.
Scoring System
Equipment
Players of this game need only a racquet
Court
Basis
and tennis balls
Love
- 0 points
15
- 1 point
30
- 2 points
40
- 3 points
Game
"Deuce"
if both players have 40
Ad
- Short for "advantage."
Tennis is a sport people play individually against a single opponent (singles)
And between two teams of two players (doubles)
Tennis is played on rectangular, flat surface, usually grass, clay, a hard court of concrete, and asphalt, and occasionally carpet (indoor).
TENNIS
A net is stretched across the full
width of the court, parallel with the baselines, dividing it into
two equal ends.
The players (or teams) start on opposite sides of the net. One player is designated the server, and the opposing player is the receiver. The choice to be server or receiver in the first game and the choice of ends is decided by a toss before the warm-up starts.
1. When serving the ball must land in the opposite service box diagonally towards your opponent
2. You get two attempts to
get the ball in play when serving.
3. When rallying, in order to get
a "point," the ball can either bounce at least
twice in the court, once in the court and once anywhere else (including stationary objects
not on the court), or the hitter can may hit the
ball directly out or into the net and lose the point.
4. No double hitting; one player
cannot hit the ball more than once
or two doubles partners cannot each hit the ball.
Games and sets:
A set is won when a player wins six games with two games clear of their opponent. If a set reaches 5-5, the set must be won 7-5. If the set reaches 6-6, a tie-break is played and the winner of the tie-break wins the set, and the score is written as 7 games to 6.
The players (or teams) start on opposite sides of the net. One player is designated the server, and the opposing player is the receiver. The choice to be server or receiver in the first game and the choice of ends is decided by a toss before the warm-up starts.
R U L E S
server
receiver
1) Baseline
2) Singles' sideline
3) Doubles' sideline
4) Net
5) Central service line
6) Service box
7) Service line
8) Doubles' tramline
9)Baseline's center mark
THE DIMENSIONS OF A TENNIS COURT
In this presentation I will talk to you about following :
History
The origin of the game is varied and ancient. It was at first a solemn fertility rite in Egypt and in the Middle East. Another view is that, the term 'tennis' is derived from an Egyptian town on the Nile known as Tinnis and 'racket' is derived from an Arab word 'rahat'. Records confirm that tennis was played in France in the 12th century at first with the palm of the hand. It was played by monks and later by kings. Because of the enthusiasm, the sport came to be called royal tennis. After 1800, court tennis began to experience a decline and lawn tennis came into being. The game became standardized in 1877.

History
Basis
Equipment
Rules
Court
Now you know:
History
Basis
Equipment
Court
Rules
Thank you for attention!
"LET"
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