Tennis by Robin Semal
First of all, tennis is a sport known all over the world. That allows you to enjoy entertainment with your friends or whatever and in addition doing some physical exercise. It also improves your coordination a lot. It can be played either at two (called single) or four (called double). As you can guess, tennis is a very difficult sport. Especially in three points: physically, mentally and technically. The rare goods players excel in these three points. About one hundred fifty players are earning their live thanks to this sport. It means that if you want to live with your passion, you’ll need to be in the top hundred fifty of the world. Very tough. Thus, tennis is especially a game and need to stay one. Fair play and having fun are required. Of course, a lot of people are watching tennis on television, which is very loved. History
First of all, tennis is a sport known all over the world. His roots came from several thousand years ago. History seems to say that the creators of tennis are the Europeans monks. As you can guess, the racket was not yet uses at this time. They were hitting the ball with their hands, and then they were wearing leather gloves. A big step came when the first ‘racket’ appeared. Thus, progressively (in course of time), the racket evolved as well as the ball. To begin with, the ball was wooden. Currently the ball is in rubber, filled of air and covered with felt. About the racket, they also were wooden and very heavy compare to now. Right now, rackets don’t weigh more than four hundred grams and are for most of them in synthetic fiber and aluminum. STRING STUFF ? BALL Different Shots
Before talking about all the kind of shots, I would like to say that tennis require finesse, power and speed. The hardest think is to keep improving the two others skills while working on the third one. Indeed, if you only work your power, logically your speed will decrease. It’s one of the reasons why all the...
References: 1. Introduction -> me.
2. http://www.historyoftennis.net/ History
3. http://westlake.k12.oh.us/hilliard/whspe/tennis/tennis_rules.htm Rules & court composition
4. Different shots different shots
5. All about tennis All about tennis
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