5 points even if u lose in 1st round
35 for reaching the second round
75 for reaching third round
150 for reaching the 4th round
250 for reaching the Quarter Finals
450 for reaching the Semi Finals
700 for reaching the Finals
1000 points for the winner of each grand slam
See the links below for details about ATP rankings
6 new balls at each change over.
Ryan Bedwell Vs. Nathan Olney
8 hours 57 mins
won by Olney 7-6 (10/8) 7-6 (15/13) 6-7 (7-9) 6-7 (21-23) 28-30
both players are notorious for serve vollying but on this ocasion the slice backhand was a faviroute for both players
the match was at NWRTC 5th of March 2007 wrexham box league.
I don't know what this crap above me is, but this is clearly from like 1990 or something. The longest ATP tennis match has now been changed to John Isner vs. Nicolas Mahut. This was in Wimbledon 2010. I don't have much info on the match other than the fact that Isner won, they played for 3 days total, both got awards, and the umpire almost wet his pants continually sitting there. :)
If you want statistics, it's a famous match and I'm sure that you'll find info on it on other informational websites.
Novak Djokovic is the top male tennis player on the ATP rankings.
Right now...Pete Sampras is at the top with 14 Grand Slam titles, next is Roger Federer.
But when I research (on wikipedia), they discussed that Bill Tilden was the greatest player...then there is Donald Budge who is the 1st person to win all four grand slam titles...
that's all I know so I really have no idea who is the 1st person to rank #1 in tennis.
No, he doesn't have a girlfriend currently, but he dated a string of Russian girls. Officially, he is very much single.
An outing to the 2016 AFC Championship Game Chiefs vs Patriots Live Stream is hanging in the balance when the New England Patriots have the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday evening. It'll be the first round of the divisional playoffs as both groups hope to make one stride closer towards coming to Super Bowl 50.
To boot, during this incredible career, she retired twice for family reasons and returned to again take up the leadership mantle.
Nike was Roger's first sponsor. They approached his parents at a junior tournament while he was 16.
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...How long is a piece of string? That's impossible to answer. It's generally the best of three sets. So if it's at two sets, it could be 6-0 6-0. Which could take under an hour. It it was 7-6 6-7 7-6, that could be two or three hours. Rain could delay play. Medics called out. Discussion on points. Injury. Toilet breaks. Tie breaks. Retirement. So many things could influence the length of a "normal ATP tennis match", so I'm afraid you can't slap a one hour time frame on it, and call it the length it takes to play.
According to the rules of professional tennis, yes. Many female players have used double-handed strokes on backhand shots.
You could quite possibly switch hands during a match. But if you are an advanced player and not just playing social tennis, it would be quite an insensible thing to do.
Very few players are ambidextrous, mainly because of the many hours of practice required just to learn how to use one particular hand effectively.
A break in tennis is when the server loses the game to the receiver. A breakpoint is the point of the game which, if the receiver wins the point, will result in the receiver winning the game. Such as if the score was 30-40. The next point would be considered a break point because if the receiver wins the point the receiver will win the game.
Novak Djokovic is currently undefeated in 2011.
There are three energy systems we use when we exercise.
PC/ alactic system- maximal intensity for less than 10secs-100m
lactic acid system- maximal intensity for >10secs<4mins- 400m
aerobic system- sub maximal intensity for >4mins- marathon
i am confused to the breakdown of each during a netball match the lactic system is used for running back and forth alot without stopping The Aerobic system may be used by a C player. These players have to run continuously and are ultra fit. But the main system used is the lactic acid system. Most players would be using the lactic acid system, along with the Alactic system. This would allow players to use explosive amounts of energy for short bursts, such as a short lead, or rebound. The lactic acid system would be used for double leads, blocking players, etc.
Boris Becker won Wimbledon three times ... 1985, 1986, and 1989.
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The list of top ten male tennis players changes on the ATP tour changes from week-to-week, so an exact answer cannot be given, at least not until the end of the tennis calendar (i.e., when the Masters Finals have completed). Visit the Tennis Magazine website (refer to the link, below) to view the current top ten ATP (and WTA) players.
"In 1980, Borg won the longest-ever Wimbledon singles final to that time, 3 hours and 53 minutes (the record stood until 1982). That year, he also lost the longest-ever U.S. Open final to that time, 4 hours and 13 minutes (the record stood until 1988)." from http://www.all-about-tennis.com/bjorn-borg.html. Federer and Nadal's match in the Australian Open 2009 Finals was 4 hours and 23 minutes. On July 5, 2009, the Federer vs. Roddick final was the highest Singles Men's Final Score: 5-7, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (5), 3-6, 16-14 The match lasted 4 hours 18 minutes.
Note: At Wimbledon, there is NO TIE BREAK in the 5th set. Therefore play must continue until one player has a 2 game margin of victory.
A total of 80 weeks: First for 75 weeks, from 19 November 2001 to 27 April 2003, and then 5 weeks, from 12 May 2003 to 15 June 2003. In both cases it was Andre Agassi that took the Number 1 spot from him.
What is wrong with you people these days?!? Of course he's not gay.
In high school and college teams, there are about 20 (this is an estimate) players. However, only a select few of those 20 can be placed in the competition. Here's a rough outline of the draw:
In doubles, there are 2 players against 2 players. In singles, there is 1 player against 1 player. I've played singles and doubles, so I for sure know this part. In team competitions, the school that wins the most matches wins. If there is a tie, I believe they add up the games (actual games, compared to points).
It is hard for one school to dominate, though it is certainly possible. You have to not only have a strong player, but many strong players. If your #1 singles player is ready to go pro, good for you! But if the rest are horrible, the coach might as well toss the keys in the trash and give up hopes for winning.
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