TENNIS - HighSchoolPhysicalEducation

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Tennis is a sport usually played between two
players (singles) or between two teams of two
players each (doubles).
Each player uses a racket that is strung to
strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt
over a net into the opponent's court.
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The modern game of tennis originated in
Birmingham, England in the late 19th century
as "lawn tennis"
After its creation, lawn tennis spread
throughout the upper-class English-speaking
population before spreading around the
world.
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The hitting area, composed of the strings,
must be flat and generally uniform.
The frame of the hitting area may not be
more than 29 inches in length and
12.5 inches in width.
The racquet must not provide any kind of
communication, instruction or advice to the
player during the match.
Baseline
Hash Mark
Doubles Alley
Center line
Service Line
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3 Main Surfaces
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Grass
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Clay
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Hard
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Singles- 2 players
Server
Receiver
Service alternates each game
Serve from the Baseline
2 Faults
Ball hits the net, Lands out, or foot fault.
Ball hits net and lands in= Let
A legal service starts a rally, in which the players
alternate hitting the ball across the net.
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A tennis match is determined through the
best of 3 or 5 sets.
A set consists of games, and games, in turn,
consist of points.
A game consists of a sequence of points
played with the same player serving. A game
is won by the first player to have won at least
four points in total and at least two points
more than the opponent.
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The score of a tennis match during play is always
read with the serving player's score first.
A game point occurs in tennis whenever the
player who is in the lead in the game needs only
one more point to win the game. The
terminology is extended to sets (set point),
matches (match point), and even championships
(championship point).
For example, if the player who is serving has a
score of 40-love, the player has a triple game
point (triple set point, etc.)
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A break point occurs if the receiver, not the
server, has a chance to win the game with the
next point.
Typically, a player wins a set by winning at
least six games and at least two games more
than the opponent.
The final score in sets is always read with the
winning player's score first, even if the
winning player loses set(s) during the match
(e.g., "6–2, 4–6, 6–0, 7–5").
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Points used are 15,30, 40, Game.
A tie at 40-40 is called deuce.
15 =1 point
30 = 2 points
40= 3 points
After 40 is game over
If score is at deuce and server scores it is +1
or advantage in(server). If at deuce and
receiver scores it is -1 or advantage
out(Receiver)
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If the score is 40-30 it is 3-2 and game point
for server.
If score is 15-40 it is 1-3 and double break
point receiver.
Even points are served from the right side
and odd points are scored from the left side
Even points= 0-0, 15-15, 30-30, 40-15,
15-40, 30-0, 0-30, deuce
Odd points= 0-15, 0-40, 30-15, 15-30,
40-30, 30-40, 15-0, Ad in, ad out.
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When serving you alternate games.
Change sides of the courts every odd game
1-0, 3-0, 5-2, 5-4, 4-3, 3-2, 4-1, etc.
If the ball hits the net and goes over(other
than on a serve) it is in play.
The line is considered in bounds.
Serves have to land in the server box in
singles and doubles.
Ball has to bounce once before you can return
it.
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Ball hits net and doesn’t go over
Ball lands out of bounds
2 faults
Player hitting the ball makes contact with net
with body or racquet
Player(or team) hits the ball twice
Ball bounces twice
Player doesn’t let the ball bounce on the
serve
Server serves from the wrong side
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4 Grand Slam Events
Australian Open
French Open
Wimbledon
U.S Open
128 player Brackets
32 seeded players
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Location - Melbourne, Australia
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Period - January
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Surface- Hard Court
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Location- Paris, France
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Period – May-June
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Surface - Clay
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Location – London, England
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Period – June-July
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Surface- Grass
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Location – NYC
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Period –
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Surface – Hard Court
August- September

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