During history, tennis had many changes. Historical researches say that tennis was played in ancient Greece. In 12th century in France was popular game called "Paume". In 19th century major Walter Wingfield invented a version of Real Tennis that can be played outdoors on a lawn. That was a birth of modern tennis game.
because the sport has changed...
Pro-tennis balls are changed after the first seven and nine games.
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That is exactly why they changed the color of tennis balls...
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She has changed society we live today by revolutionizing the way we play tennis today
in the past, the tennis balls were heavier and harder but now it is softer and lighter. i hope i answered your question. bye!
Hold down 2 when starting a game of tennis, just after picking character, before it shows your opponents. You get blue court.
Tennis balls are changed during a match because when the can is opened the balls start losing pressure immediatly, reducing the bounce with each shot. This difference is not dramatic as tennis balls can be used over and over but professionals change balls so that they can get the most power and spin from their shots.
Apparently, the French invented it during the French Revolution. It was once called "Lawn Tennis" and obviously played on grass or carpet.
Tennis suffered declines from the 1990s into the 2000s. Tennis associations sponsored programs across the country to promote the game, but participation still slid.
Two opposing professional tennis players can go through a brand new tennis ball in under an hour. It really depends on the use of the tennis ball, though. If the tennis ball just sits around and is only played with a few hours a week at a non-competitive level, then the new tennis ball can last about three weeks until definite characteristics of the tennis ball have changed.
The pressure in tennis balls has been reduced and the size of tennis balls has increased to take away some of the advantages derived from modern rackets, which enables players to generate tremendous power without extra physical effort.
Tennis is popular among the people for thousands of years in some form or other. Initially the ball was hit with the hand. Tennis was developed in Europe and then became popular in other parts of the world. In 18th century it was called 'jeu de paumme'. Later on the name was changed to royal or 'real tennis'.
The International rules of table tennis were first compiled in 1926 and they have been continually amended and rewritten ever since. They are now reviewed and amended once a year.
Tennis is a sport where the rules have changed to acknowledge religious and cultural differences throughout the world.
it improve the the tennis game and help tennis players over the years because in the 16th century tennis was invented the raquet was bigger than our modern day raquet tecnology reeduced the size of the raquet and made it easier for our modern day tennis players. Also the ball machine that throws the balls that helps the players practice instead of the people throwing the balls for them
At the moment it is Serena Williams but it might have changed because today it is Monday 3rd June 4:18 pm so it might have changed!
Serena is a phenomenal tennis player. She has earned lots and lots of money 'cause of that.
The official name for tennis is 'tennis'. The official name for tennis is 'tennis'.
One change in equipment in the sport of Tennis, is the racquet. The racquet used to be a small head and a long neck. They changed it to what it is today because the "sweet spot" of the racquet was enlarged, making it easier and better to use.
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For what i know no rules in tennis has change its the same maybe one or two rules has changed. Maybe im wrong and maybe im not like this no one is always right well everyone had said something wrong no one is evr right sometimes they are well anyway that is what i think you can see if rules had change that's why we have this site to ask and answer.