Balls with worn-off fuzz becomes very light that will eventually affect its flight and the player's control on it.
The western grip is seldom used because of the limited stroke production and awkward grip.
In a doubles game of tennis, all players may have the chance to serve the ball.
answer is b. True.
The receiver must return the serve on its first bounce to the server's court.
Shown in the picture below is the backhand stroke.
Lob refers to the move of hitting the ball in a high arc.
Players change ends after every even-numbered game.
answer is b. False.
The game is won if one of the player gets four points. (tennis)
The answer is b. True.
The forward swing’s power is generating from the speed and velocity of the forward and upward movements of arms, legs and body.
Feet are turned sideways in preparation for a backhand stroke. For the definition of the word stroke, you may go to this link:
The least practiced tennis stroke.
The continental grip requires a strong wrist to be effective.
The tennis court for a singles game must be twenty seven (27) feet wide.
A student of court tennis who introduced the game "Playing Ball" is Major Walter Wingfield. To know more about this guy, you may click this link:
When the points reach 40-40, it is called a deuce.
The most popular grip in tennis.
Eastern tennis forehand grip
In a doubles game, the tennis court is thirty six (36) feet wide.
The length of the tennis court is seventy eight (78) feet.
At a game where both players reach 40 points each, one player must win at least one point over the other to win. (tennis)
The answer is b. False. The correct answer is two consecutive points.
The ball is hit on a downward motion in a western grip stroke.
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