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34 terms
Tennis
Ace
Backcourt
Backhand
Baseline
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
The area between the baseline and the service line.
Player turns so that the shoulder of the racket-bearing arm f…
The lines on either end of the court representing the outer l…
Ace
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
Backcourt
The area between the baseline and the service line.
Tennis
What is the face of the racket made of?
What is the first winning point of a g…
In any point, the first place the ball…
The position of a player's hand on the…
Strings
15
Service box
Grip
What is the face of the racket made of?
Strings
What is the first winning point of a g…
15
59 terms
Tennis
Cardio Tennis
Cardio Tennis
Co-Ed Intermediate Evening Drill
Co-Ed Intermediate Evening Drill
A fast paced, one-hour workout for intermediate and advanced…
Saturdays 8am-9am and Sundays 8am-9am... Open to Men and Women... D…
Drill session focusing on both singles and doubles fundamenta…
Tuesdays 7pm-8pm... Joe Marino is the instructor... $98 per 7 week…
Cardio Tennis
A fast paced, one-hour workout for intermediate and advanced…
Cardio Tennis
Saturdays 8am-9am and Sundays 8am-9am... Open to Men and Women... D…
Tennis
Equipment
No Points
Second Points
Third Point
Tennis Ball ... Racket... Net
Love
30
40
Equipment
Tennis Ball ... Racket... Net
No Points
Love
20 terms
Tennis
The game begins with a ________________?
A stroke played on the dominant side i…
What is the first winning point of a g…
In any point, the first place the ball…
Serve
Forehand
15
Service box
The game begins with a ________________?
Serve
A stroke played on the dominant side i…
Forehand
TENNIS
TENNIS
TENNIS BALL
TENNIS NET
TENNIS SERVE
Object to hit the a tennis ball
Round object to play
Object to divide the court in two halves
To Start to play
TENNIS
Object to hit the a tennis ball
TENNIS BALL
Round object to play
Tennis
temper
backhand
champion
clay court
temper
backhand
34 terms
Tennis
Ace
Backcourt
Backhand
Baseline
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
The area between the baseline and the service line.
Player turns so that the shoulder of the racket-bearing arm f…
The lines on either end of the court representing the outer l…
Ace
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
Backcourt
The area between the baseline and the service line.
12 terms
Tennis
ace
fault
game point
foot fault
A ball that is served so well that the opponent fails to touc…
Serve that fails to place the ball in the correct area of pla…
A situation when the player who is leading needs 1 more point…
A fault caused by the server stepping into the court or acros…
ace
A ball that is served so well that the opponent fails to touc…
fault
Serve that fails to place the ball in the correct area of pla…
10 terms
Tennis
temper
backhand
champion
clay court
temper
backhand
TENNIS
ace
Advantage
Backhand
Deuce
A serve where the tennis ball served is served in and not tou…
When one player wins a point from deuce and needs one more po…
hitting the ball with the back of the racquet hand facing the…
The score 40-40 in a game. A player must win two consecutive…
ace
A serve where the tennis ball served is served in and not tou…
Advantage
When one player wins a point from deuce and needs one more po…
9 terms
Tennis
Ace
Fault
Game Point
Foot Fault
A ball that is served so well that the opponent fails to touc…
Serve that fails to place the ball in the correct area of pla…
A situation when the player who is leading needs 1 more point…
A fault caused by the server stepping into the court or acros…
Ace
A ball that is served so well that the opponent fails to touc…
Fault
Serve that fails to place the ball in the correct area of pla…
10 terms
Tennis
Catwalk:
Stadium:
Chic:
Lavish:
a platform extending into an auditorium, along which models w…
a sports arena with tiers of seats for spectators.
elegantly and stylishly fashionable.
sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious.
Catwalk:
a platform extending into an auditorium, along which models w…
Stadium:
a sports arena with tiers of seats for spectators.
12 terms
Tennis
championship
singles
winner
trophy
championship
singles
10 terms
Tennis
temper
backhand
champion
clay court
temper
backhand
tennis
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9 terms
Tennis
serve the ball
hit the ball
hit a forehand
hit a backhand
swing the tennis racket forward
swing the tennis racket backward
serve the ball
hit the ball
5 terms
TENNIS
TENNIS
TENNIS BALL
TENNIS NET
TENNIS SERVE
Object to hit the a tennis ball
Round object to play
Object to divide the court in two halves
To Start to play
TENNIS
Object to hit the a tennis ball
TENNIS BALL
Round object to play
tennis
Major Walter C. Wingfield, 1813
August 1967
Spencer Gore
Rod Laver
Who invented tennis and what year did it start
When was the first professional tennis tournament
Name the first male tennis player who won the Wimbledon
Name the first male tennis player to win the Australian Open
Major Walter C. Wingfield, 1813
Who invented tennis and what year did it start
August 1967
When was the first professional tennis tournament
15 terms
tennis
ace
break
net
deuce
a very fast serve that the opponent cannot reach with their r…
a game that someone wins when their opponent is serving
the score in tennis when both players have 40 points
ace
a very fast serve that the opponent cannot reach with their r…
break
a game that someone wins when their opponent is serving
50 terms
Tennis
Hierarcy for skill development and pla…
By hitting the ball deep in your oppon…
You are to position yourself in the __…
A good first serve perecentage to aim…
Get it in, placement position, depth, spin, power
reduced, time, net
middle, no man's land
70%, speed, spin
Hierarcy for skill development and pla…
Get it in, placement position, depth, spin, power
By hitting the ball deep in your oppon…
reduced, time, net
26 terms
Tennis
Ace
Advantage
Ad court
Ad in
A serve that is good, that it is not touched by the receiver.
The next point after deuce (40-all), sometimes referred to si…
The left side of the center- service court
when server is one point from winning the game after calling…
Ace
A serve that is good, that it is not touched by the receiver.
Advantage
The next point after deuce (40-all), sometimes referred to si…
14 terms
tennis
ace
serve
lob
love
a serve that the receiver can't hit
to put the ball into play
to hit a tennis ball easily in a high arc
zero
ace
a serve that the receiver can't hit
serve
to put the ball into play
Tennis
Ace
Advantage court
Advantage In
Advantage Out
a serve is untouched by an opponent
the left hand service court, so called an "ad score is served…
serve's point after deuce
receiver's point after deuce
Ace
a serve is untouched by an opponent
Advantage court
the left hand service court, so called an "ad score is served…
12 terms
Tennis
championship
singles
winner
trophy
championship
singles
26 terms
Tennis
Grandslams
ATP World Tour Finals
Davis Cup
Women's equivalent to The Davis Cup
These are the most famous and biggest tournaments in the tenn…
Tournament played between the top eight players in the Men's…
The biggest team tennis competition in the world. Teams of me…
The Federation Cup
Grandslams
These are the most famous and biggest tournaments in the tenn…
ATP World Tour Finals
Tournament played between the top eight players in the Men's…
30 terms
TENNIS
Ace
Ad in
Ad out
All
A serve which the reciever cannot touch with the racket
a reference a score when the player serving has won the point…
A reference to the score when the player receiving has won th…
A tie score
Ace
A serve which the reciever cannot touch with the racket
Ad in
a reference a score when the player serving has won the point…
26 terms
Tennis
Ace
Ad
ad court
ad in
A serve which the opponent failed to touch with his/her racket
short for advantage... the person who scores the next point aft…
the service court into which a server must serve at ad-in or…
when the server scores the next point after deuce
Ace
A serve which the opponent failed to touch with his/her racket
Ad
short for advantage... the person who scores the next point aft…
10 terms
Tennis
What are the physical benefits of play…
What is "a fault" in tennis?
What is a "let ball?" a "net ball?"
When and where was tennis first played?
It requires agility, speed and almost continuous motion on th…
A "fault" is committed when the server hits the net with the…
A "let ball" is a serve that touches the net but lands in the…
Britain in 1873
What are the physical benefits of play…
It requires agility, speed and almost continuous motion on th…
What is "a fault" in tennis?
A "fault" is committed when the server hits the net with the…
55 terms
Tennis
French Monks
16th, 1750
Lawns of Victorian England
Spharistike
The _________ ____________ in the 12th century would play jeu…
Being introduced in the ____ century, the racquet began as a…
The modern history of the game today known as tennis began on…
Desiring a more vigorous game than croquet, Major Walter Wing…
French Monks
The _________ ____________ in the 12th century would play jeu…
16th, 1750
Being introduced in the ____ century, the racquet began as a…
Tennis
What is the face of the racket made of?
What is the first winning point of a g…
In any point, the first place the ball…
The position of a player's hand on the…
Strings
15
Service box
Grip
What is the face of the racket made of?
Strings
What is the first winning point of a g…
15
17 terms
tennis
a good serve, untouched by reciever
a serve that does not land in correct…
server has the advantage
hitting the ball before it bounces
ace
fault
ad in
volley
a good serve, untouched by reciever
ace
a serve that does not land in correct…
fault
45 terms
TENNIS
net
baseline
sidelines
doubles alleys
standing three feet high, divides court in two halves
the line running parallel to the net that marks the boundary…
two lines that run perpendicular to the net and mark the boun…
the additional area on the sides of the court used in doubles…
net
standing three feet high, divides court in two halves
baseline
the line running parallel to the net that marks the boundary…
25 terms
Tennis
ace
deuce
fault
double fault
a serve that the receiver is unable to reach
tie score at 40-40 each and each tie thereafter in the same g…
failure on an attemot to serve into the poper court
failure on both attemptes to serve into poper court
ace
a serve that the receiver is unable to reach
deuce
tie score at 40-40 each and each tie thereafter in the same g…
20 terms
Tennis
Advantage
Backhand
Davis
Deuce
the first point scored after a deuce
one type of drive
a famous tennis tourament
a score tied T 40-40
Advantage
the first point scored after a deuce
Backhand
one type of drive
32 terms
Tennis
Ace
Advantage
Backcourt
Backhand
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
The first point scored after deuce to put one player in the l…
The area between the baseline and the service line.
Player turns so that the shoulder of the racket-bearing arm f…
Ace
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
Advantage
The first point scored after deuce to put one player in the l…
18 terms
Tennis
Serving
Foot Fault
In which court do games start?
Scoring
diagonally opposite, the alley is never good on a serve, two…
stepping over the baseline in tennis
right hand
points on every serve, server's score is called first
Serving
diagonally opposite, the alley is never good on a serve, two…
Foot Fault
stepping over the baseline in tennis
12 terms
Tennis
championship
singles
winner
trophy
Final game
One person plays on each side
The person who scores the highest
The prize
championship
Final game
singles
One person plays on each side
78 terms
Tennis
baseline, singles sideline
baseline, doubles sideline
baseline
right
the two boundary lines for singles play are the:
the two boundary lines for doubles play are the:
to serve a player must stand behind the:
for the first point in both singles and doubles, the server m…
baseline, singles sideline
the two boundary lines for singles play are the:
baseline, doubles sideline
the two boundary lines for doubles play are the:
17 terms
Tennis
How to play
Serving
Foot Faults
Service Faults
Play begins with a coin toss or racket spin to see who will s…
whoever serves first ,serves the entire game;only when the se…
The server must keep his feet behind the service line and bet…
occurs when a player commits a foot fault or a specific serve…
How to play
Play begins with a coin toss or racket spin to see who will s…
Serving
whoever serves first ,serves the entire game;only when the se…
16 terms
tennis
Louis XVI
the tricolor
Declaration of Rights of Man
Great Fear
King of France (1774-1792). In 1789 he summoned the Estates-G…
the red, white, and blue of the French flag
French Revolution document that outlined what the National As…
A wave of senseless panic that spread through the French coun…
Louis XVI
King of France (1774-1792). In 1789 he summoned the Estates-G…
the tricolor
the red, white, and blue of the French flag
27 terms
tennis
drive
volly
lob
smash
location:close to net... Where it falls:deep in backcourt... Strate…
Location:usually close to net... Where it falls:away from oppone…
Location: high, slow hit ball... Where it falls:deep into backco…
Location: ball hit straight... Where it falls: hard into opponen…
drive
location:close to net... Where it falls:deep in backcourt... Strate…
volly
Location:usually close to net... Where it falls:away from oppone…
38 terms
Tennis
Ace
Advantage
Backcourt
Backhand
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
The first point scored after deuce to put one player in the l…
The area between the baseline and the service line.
Player turns so that the shoulder of the racket-bearing arm f…
Ace
A valid serve that is not reached by the opponent
Advantage
The first point scored after deuce to put one player in the l…
10 terms
Tennis
temper
backhand
champion
clay court
temper
backhand
23 terms
Tennis
tennis match
singles, doubles, and mixed doubles
singles
doubles
competition played by 2 or4 players
most common types games
2 players playing against each other. 1 on each side of net
match between 4 players. 2 on each side of net
tennis match
competition played by 2 or4 players
singles, doubles, and mixed doubles
most common types games
Tennis
Ace
Fault
Game Point
Foot Fault
Serve that fails to place the ball in the correct area of pla…
A situation when the player who is leading needs 1 more point…
A fault caused by the server stepping into the court or acros…
Ace
Fault
Serve that fails to place the ball in the correct area of pla…
tennis
Golpear
pasar
la raqueta
la red
to hit
to pass
the racket
the net
Golpear
to hit
pasar
to pass
5 terms
Tennis
Volley
Forehand
Backhand
Let
the return of a ball before it hits the ground
shot made by swinging the racket across one's body with the h…
a stroke played with the back of the hand facing in the direc…
...
Volley
the return of a ball before it hits the ground
Forehand
shot made by swinging the racket across one's body with the h…
22 terms
tennis
3 feet
forecourt
backcourt
fault
height of net
near the net
near the baseline
invalid serve
3 feet
height of net
forecourt
near the net
Tennis
Equipment
No Points
Second Points
Third Point
Tennis Ball ... Racket... Net
Love
30
40
Equipment
Tennis Ball ... Racket... Net
No Points
Love
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