i don't really know, but it sounds like it could mean that you have the match in the bag.......(you're sure to win??) That's my guess. but i might be wrong.......
something to do with Tennis, as this is the famous Tennis match series.
If you mean the 'bat' used to play tennis - the correct spelling is raquet
To thread (beads) on a new necklace; To fit with new lacing (as a tennis racket).
The end of the game.
It means if you win that point you win the match.
It means that the opponent or you didn't even get the racket on the ball before it bounced 2 times.
The word Racquet has origin in the French word racqutte and distinquishes it from Racket in English to mean 'noise/din' .However the English option to use Racquet/racket as sports equipment(tennis/badmington etc) is accepted.
4.5 can mean the manufacturer's skill level according to its own skill level system if it is written on the side of a tennis racquet.
L4 is one of the best sizes. Plus it gives you the most powerful shot possible with this racquet.
When a player is ill of have an emergency so they cannot make their match.
It depends on what you mean by "match": a couple = hat'amah (×”×ª××ž×”) or shidukh (×©×™×“×•×š) a fire stick = gafrur (×’×¤×¨×•×¨) a tennis match = takharut (×ª×—×¨×•×ª)
Although tennis historians aren't sure exactly how the term "love" came to mean zero in tennis, the most plausible assumption seems to be that it's based on the French word "l'oeuf."Court tennis, an ancestor of most of today's racket games, originated in 14th century France. Pronounced correctly "l'oeuf"-meaning "egg"-sounds similar to "love." And the egg, which unquestionably looks like a zero, could have been used to describe a zero written on a scoreboard.Viper1
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all i no is that i luv tennis and so does she!!! and anyway, wot exactly do u mean 'what is the distance covered?' i wood imagine quite a lot!!!
This depends on what you mean by "how many". If you mean how many individual pieces of string are used when stringing a racket the number would probably be one or two pieces. If by how many you wish to know the number of times the strings cross the head or the racket, the answer would vary by racket. The number of times the strings cross is called the "string pattern". To know this information you would have to look on the racket, probably around the throat and look for a number that looks something like "16x18" that means that there are 16 crosses and 18 mains. (Crosses span the narrower part of the head and can be described as running horizontally. The mains span the longer part of the head and are can be described as running vertically.)
Love means exactly the same as it does in tennis. So it would mean zero points. If somebody was winning 10-0, it would be said, ten - love.
You probably mean "Lawn" tennis. Lawn tennis is simply tennis played on a grass court.
This is a little tricky. Striking a match is a physical act, but it does induce chemical changes. It depends on exactly what you mean by "lighting", ultimately. The end result is definitely a chemical change.
A zero score in tennis.
What do you mean in long tennis?They give trophies and plates for winning or being a finalist of a tournament.John Isner and Nicholas Mahut's longest match, they were given special gifts (namely a crystal bowl and champagne flutes)
If you mean 'changing hands' as in changing from using your left hand dominantly to your right hand dominantly (or vice versa), then you can. There isn't a rule against it.
It's basically rankings in Tennis.
means - front side of the tennis field