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Tennis. The sport tennis. Tennis was first in the modern Olympics in 1896. Then it denied from the Olympics in 1924. After that it returned 64 years later. Every country has to put in twelve athletes, six women and six men. Field play. The court is 23,77m long and 8.23m wide for the singles.

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Tennis

Tennis


The sport tennis

The sport tennis

  • Tennis was first in the modern Olympics in 1896. Then it denied from the Olympics in 1924. After that it returned 64 years later.

  • Every country has to put in twelve athletes, six women and six men.


Field play

Field play

  • The court is 23,77m long and 8.23m wide for the singles.

  • For the doubles the court length is the same and is 10.97m wide.

  • The court is divided in half by a net.


How to play tennis

How to play tennis

  • Players hit a ball to the opponents side of the net. The point is to score points so that the ball does not return to your side of the net within the boundary lines.

  • The first three points in tennis is scored as 15, 30, and 40. Then if you get the next pint you win. If it is tied on 40 it is called deuce. To win the deuce you must get the next two points.

  • Matches are best of three, but in the men’s single final it is then the best out of five.


Some information of tennis

Some information of tennis

  • Ace- is a legal serve

  • Baseline- far boundary on both sides of the court

  • Lob- ball that is mostly hit high in the air

  • Love- this means there is no points scored


Tennis

Schedule

July:

Men’s Singles- Saturday 28, Sunday 29, Monday 30, Tuesday 31

Men’s Doubles- Saturday 28, Sunday 29, Monday 30, Tuesday 31

Women’s Singles- Saturday 28, Sunday 29, Monday 30, Tuesday 31

Women’s Doubles- Saturday 28, Sunday 29, Monday 30, Tuesday 31

August:

Men’s Singles- Wednesday 1, Thursday 2, Friday 3, Sunday 5

Men’s Doubles- Wednesday 1, Thursday 2, Friday 3, Saturday 4

Women’s Singles- Wednesday 1, Thursday 2, Saturday 4

Women’s Doubles- Sunday 5

Mixed Doubles- Wednesday 1, Thursday 2, Friday 3, Sunday 5


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