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Asked in Tennis
What are the penalties of tennis?
Who is the third ranked player in tennis at the French Open after Federer or Nadal?
Asked in Tennis
How many sets are there in men's university tennis?
Does modern warfare 2 for playstation3 have a third person option?
What is the longest women's tennis match ever?
Asked in Tennis, Physics, Isaac Newton
When a tennis player practices by hitting a ball against a wallwhich of newton's laws of motion is the player making use of?
When a tennis player practices by hitting a ball against a wall the player is making use of Newton's Third Law. According to Newton's Third Law, whenever one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts an equal and opposite force on the first object, These two forces are called action and reaction forces. Back to the question, the tennis player is making use of Newton's Third Law because when he is hitting a ball against the wall, he is exerting a force. However without the wall exerting an equal and opposite force on the ball, it would be impossible for the ball to bounce back and the player to continue hitting the ball against the wall which is why the player is making use of Newton's Third Law.
What was the longest tennis match at Wimbledon 2010?
The longest match at Wimbledon was also the longest match in professional tennis history. It was a first-round match between John Isner (US) and Nicholas Mahut (France) and it lasted 11 hours and 5 minutes, played over 3 days. Isner won after 183 games, also the most ever. The players played for 2 hours the first day, 8 hours the second day, and just over an hour on the third day.
Asked in Baseball
Why is the 3rd game of a series called a rubber match?
Asked in Tennis
How is tennis different from soccer football and baceball?
tennis is a terrific sport in which the strongest oponent wins. when you are down 6-3 5-0 and 40-0 you can still win the match. ive seen this happen many times and ive eaven experienced it. it was the third set and tiebreak. i was loosing 6-4(tiebreak) and i won the match 8-6(tiebreak). tennis is different from soccer, or basketball. for example when the score is 8-0 against you is soccer and 20 seconds on the clock its IMPOSSIBLE for you to win but in tennis when you are donw 6-0 , 5-0 , 40-0 you still have a chance to win. this is why tennis is such a wonderfull sport
Who is the number one player in men's tennis at the moment?
Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton
How is tennis related to newton third law of motion?
Asked in Tennis
What is the correct scoring format for a tennis match?
A tennis match is split into different parts, first games, then sets then the match. A game is one by the the first player to get over 40. The scoring goes as follows: 15, 30, 40 then game win. Unless both players tie on 40 then they must win two points consecutively. First attaining an advantage then a win. Games are played with one player serving throughout then in the next game the next player serves, this continues alternately. You must win 6 games to win a set, unless both players tie on 5 then a player must win 2 games consecutively to reach 7, if it reaches 6 all a tie breaker is played. This involves the players alternately serving 2 times, the player to reach 7 first wins, unless they tie at 6 then a player must win two games in a row. The player who wins the tie breaker wins the set. A tie break is played in all sets at 6 all, except the last one (the third set in women's tennis and the fifth set in the men's game). In the last set, players continue until one secures a two game lead. In women's tennis you must win 2 sets to win the match, in men's a player must win 3 sets. Bit complicated but you get the hang of it pretty sharpish.
Asked in Soccer History, FIFA World Cup
Who played the match for the third place in world cup 1998?
Asked in Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments
How do you win points and how do you score in tennis?
You win a point in several different ways. One is if you hit a serve that is untouched by your opponent. Another is if you hit a shot past your opponent and they don't return it. Another is if your opponent hits their shot out of bounds. You score 15 points for the first point you win, then another 15 for the second, then 10 more for the third, and finally 20 more for the game, which is usually just called "game." There are a minimum of 6 games in a set. The first player to reach six games, with a lead of 2 games, wins the set. In professional men's tennis, there are at least 3 sets in a match. The player who wins all 3 sets is the match winner. However, the match can go to 5 sets, if players alternate winning sets. In professional women's tennis, there are at least 2 sets in a match, or up to 3. In tournaments like the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, or the US Open, a player (either man or woman) has to win seven matches in order to be called a champion.
How do you get third person mode in modern warfare 2?
Asked in French Revolution
Why does the Third Estate meet at the Tennis Court?
What tennis player was thrown out of the Australian Open in 1990?
John McEnroe. He was disqualified from the 1990 Australian Open in his fourth round match against Mikael Pernfors for Code of Conduct violations. McEnroe's ejection was the result of new ATP Conduct regulations that had just been updated that year. Previously, players were defaulted after their fourth violation; as part of a drive to improve tennis' image, the limit was reduced to three. In his Australian Open match, McEnroe received his first violation when he swore at a lineswomen. He was given a second warning when he destroyed a racquet on the court. Assuming he still had a third chance left, he decided to vent by verbally abusing the court umpire; under the new rules, however, the third offense resulted in his forfeiture of the match. McEnroe's opponent, Pernfors, lost in his next round match against Yannick Noah, 3-6, 5-7, 2-6. It was his best result at the Australian Open.
Asked in Badminton
What is match point in a badminton?
Match point: Situation 1: Let's say there's a Player A, he won the first set. And now he got 20 points in the 2nd set, that's called a match point, the point that might determine the winner. Situation 2: Player A won the first set, but lose the second set, but in the third set, he is getting his 20th point, so that is called the match point. Conclusion: Match point is a point that might determine the winner of the match. (Match point will never be in the first set, first set 20 points are called game point)
What are some sports terms that begins with t?
tackle (football, soccer) touchdown (football) touchback (football) technical (foul) time-out third down (football) third quarter third base (baseball) third baseman third-string triple lutz (figure skating) triple (a three-base hit in baseball) triple jump triple-A ball (minor league baseball) three-second violation (basketball) toothless (like a hockey player) T-ball trifecta tennis tennis-elbow tendonitis throw throw in (soccer)