Tennis is believed to have originated in medieval France. The game evolved from a sport called jeu de paume, which involved hitting a ball with the hand. Over time, players began using a glove or paddle to strike the ball, eventually transitioning to using a wooden racquet.
On the Wii sports menu, hold down2 and select tennis. choose character, and keep 2 pressed. Then when you see the screen where you select the type of match(best of), the pitch will be blue, and that is the training ground.
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I believe it is called a tennis match.
you hold the wiimote so that the sensor part is pointing to the tv screen and when you go to hit it you twist the back(the part you plug the nunchuck into) towards the screen and twist so the A button is pointing towards you knee that works for me anyway.:) your welcome
The 10,000 hour rule
Research has shown that it takes around 10 years and 10,000 hours to reach an elite level in sport. Those hours are made up of sport-specific training, physical training and other sports (in earlier years). This means that this comes to about three hours a day over 10 years! There is no doubt a huge time commitment is necessary to reach elite levels; it is important to bear in mind, however, that the 10,000 hours are weighted heavily in the latter stages of that 10-year period when the athlete will be training full time - often for over six hours a day.
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Apparently the longest competitive tennis match lasting 25 hr 25 min was played between Christian Albrecht Barschel and Hauke Daene (both Germany) on 12-13 September 2003 at MÃ¶lln Tennis Club, MÃ¶lln, Germany, as of 2003. There are a few claims to the world record for non-stop tennis play (refer to the links, below): - In 1989, a sleep deprivation test claims that a world record continuous marathon tennis play lasted 147 hours and 20 minutes. - In 2005, an Irish men's double's team took on all other teams for 36 hours. - In 2008, the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest tennis rally at 25,944 strokes of the ball by two players for 15 hours.
(n.b., none of the articles listed, above, indicates whether play stopped for food, drink, clothing changes, bathroom breaks, etc.)
1. Jimmy Connors (109)
2. Ivan Lendl (94)
3. John McEnroe (77)
4. Roger Federer (67)
5. Pete Sampras (64)
6. Bjorn Borg (63)
7. Guillermo Vilas (62)
8. Andre Agassi (60)
9. Ilie Nastase (57)
10. Boris Becker (49)
when you are hitting a ball,and you hit the net or hit it out of bounds that is called a hitting error.
There are some rules in Tennis game. You can learn those Rules by following below link, there is a understandable and simple article about tennis rules that you can learn easily thank you.
Eight. Australian Open: 1989, 1990
French Open: 1984, 1986, 1987
U.S. Open: 1985, 1986, 1987 Lendl did not win a Wimbledon singles title but was a finalist twice, losing to Boris Becker in 1986 and Pat Cash in 1987.
itss a forceful shot that traviles to one side and its out of your opponits reach type in passingshot in wikianswers.com then look at all the passing shots
I believe Rene LeCoste invented a hand-cranked machine that propelled tennis balls, while Bob McLure reversed the motor on a vacuum cleaner to create the first commercially viable ball machine in 1970.
Well, to start off, you need a tennis racket! You may also want to consider a tennis bag, water bottle, shock absorber, water bottle, visor, etc. These are the main things you will need, but you might need some other things like tennis balls, a person to play with, and if you are just starting tennis, maybe a teacher
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scottish tennis player
Martina Navratilova was born October 18, 1956 in Prague, Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic).
Serena Williams (USA)
To me it isn't important.
To the average person it means nothing.
To the average player it provides a modicum of physical exercise and probably helps with their fitness.
To the parents of children forced to train regularly to ensure a financial return in the future it's importance is blown out of proportion at the expense of their offspring's childhood.
To the financial backers of professional tennis competitions it is super important, as they are able to sell advertising and broadcast rights for vast sums of money.
To the professional players who have trained all their lives to make it to the top of the tennis world, I'm sure it is very important.
But on the grand scheme of things, that we are but a speck on the dot of a tiny planet in an unimaginably vast cosmos, it mean very little.
There are many tennis players training in Florida because they have some of the best tennis players in the world including Bolliteri tennis academy.
In professional tennis, there are line judges for that.
In non-professional tennis, however, a server can call his or her own serve out. Most do not because it is a point against them, even though the opponent thought the serve was in.
Virtua tennis is a paid game and available as a multiplayer version supporting up to 4 players. It can be played with Bluetooth and even on the iPad. The game, after purchase can be downloaded and played as any other game.