PE-QUIZ-1-2-and-prelim-exam - hip level Eastern Grip palm backhand forward swing bright yellow backswing parallel deuce 30 lob One-handed backhand

PE-QUIZ-1-2-and-prelim-exam - hip level Eastern Grip...

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hip level At the event of a forehand stroke, the racket head must be at to point opposite the right hip. Eastern Grip The most popular grip in tennis. palm What does Paume mean? backhand The stroke is used in baseline rallies. forward swing The 's power is generating from the speed and velocity of the forward and upward movements of arms, legs and body. bright yellow The ball is in color. backswing The must be executed with an extended arm and firm wrist. parallel In a doubles game, the players must maintain their positions. (tennis) deuce When the points reach 40-40, it is called a . 30 Two points in tennis is equal to points. lob refers to the move of hitting the ball in a high arc. One-handed backhand The backswing in the technique starts from the ready position, with the feet facing the net. The player steps forward using the right foot and meet the ball early for the backhand execution. stroke The term refers to the act of striking the ball with the racket. Major Walter Wingfield A student of court tennis who introduced the game "Playing Ball" . TRUE Players alternate in serving the ball every other game. 6 How many games are there in one set? (tennis) TRUE The server's score is always first. (tennis) backhand Shown in the picture below is the stroke. Playing Ball Major Walter Wingfield introduced the game which the racket game originated from. (tennis) match point Reaching 40 points is also called . FALSE Players change ends after every even-numbered game. TRUE The game is won if one of the player gets four points. (tennis) Wimbledon The most prestigious tennis tournament is the in England. downward motion The ball is hit on a in a western grip stroke. love A score that means zero. (tennis) first The receiver must return the serve on its bounce to the server's court. eastern grip The allows extremely wide reach and maximum power with minimum effort. two-handed backhand In the technique, eastern forehand grip is used for the left hand (for right-handed players) and continental grip for right hand (if the player is left-handed). US Open The tennis tournament in the USA is called the Western grip is seldom used because of the limited stroke production and awkward grip. continental forehand The requires a strong wrist to be effective. 78 The length of the tennis court is feet. light Balls with worn-off fuzz becomes that will eventually affect its flight and the player's control on it. backhand stroke The least practiced tennis stroke.
The correct answer is 'True'. Tennis was used to be played by using the palm of the hand. FALSE For the forehand stroke, the player may choose to reach for the incoming ball. FALSE Occasionally move your body forward with a swing as it will direct the flight of the ball. TRUE In a doubles game of tennis, all players may have the chance to serve the ball.

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