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Tennis a false the must be executed with an extended

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(tennis) a. False The must be executed with an extended arm and firm wrist. (tennis) Backswing 21 Service Rally Point
Reaching 40 points is also called Match Point For the forehand stroke, the player may choose to reach for the incoming ball. (tennis) b. False The allows extremely wide reach and maximum power with minimum effort. (tennis) Eastern grip Shown in the picture below is the backhand stroke. (tennis) In a doubles game of tennis, all players may have the chance to serve the ball. b. True 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). (tennis) Two-handed backhand The most popular grip in tennis. eastern grip In a doubles game, the tennis court is 36 feet wide.
At a game where both players reach 40 points each, one player must win at least one point over the other to win. (tennis) a. False The length of the tennis court is78 feet.The game is won if one of the player gets four points. (tennis) When the points reach 40-40, it is called aDeuceOccasionally move your body forward with a swing as it will direct the flight of the ball. (tennis) What does Paume mean?
The hands and racket is highly used in taking the racket back for a backhand stroke. (tennis) b. False In a doubles game, the players must maintain their positions. (tennis) Parallel The server's score is always first. (tennis) b. True A score that means zero. (tennis) Answer: The term refers to the act of striking the ball with the racket. (tennis) Stroke Major Walter Wingfield introduced the game which the racket game originated from. (tennis) Playing ball How many games are there in one set? (tennis) Players change ends after every even-numbered game. (tennis) a. False Two points in tennis is equal to 30 points.A match shall consist of the best offiveout of five games. (badminton) love 6
c. lob Any infraction of the rules resulting in loss of the serve or the point. (table tennis) c. fault A player won 2 out of 3 sets. (table tennis) a. match Change of service takes place after either player reaches 8 points throughout the game. (table tennis) Answer: A ball bouncing near the net. d. short At score 20-20 or "deuce," the player changes after every serve . (badminton) Answer: The ball should bounce first on the server's court after service. (table tennis) Answer: Badminton was first organized in India . Answer: The linesman announces the score of the players. (badminton) Answer: A player gains a point if he fails to make a good return.

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