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Tennis Tennis Presentation Transcript

  • Tennis
    Brian debano
  • Tennis players can be of
    any sex and of any age.
  • What do you need?
    Tennis Racket
    Tennis Ball
    Another Player
  • One vs. One
    Two vs. Two
    Singles or Doubles?
  • The Tennis Court
  • Serving The ball
    Each player takes their turn
    serving after every game.
    Two chances to serve into
    the server box.
  • Forehands and Backhands
    Forehand
    Backhand
  • How to score in tennis
    • Allows the ball to bounce
    twice on his side of the
    court
    • Returns the ball outside the
    opponent's court.
    • Contacts the ball with the
    racket more than once.
    • Touches the ball with anything
    other than the racket.
    • Hits the ball before it has
    passed over the net to their side.
    • Touches any part of the
    net with their person.
    • In doubles hits the ball after
    their partner has already done
    so, before the ball has
    returned to the other side.
    • Fails to serve legally.
  • Tennis Scores
  • Switching sides
    Players will switch sides after
    each odd numbered game.
  • One set = First to six
    games, win by two
    games.
    Players play the best
    of three sets.
    How To Win
  • Tiebreakers
    When players are tied at
    6-6 in a set.
    Players switch sides every six points.
    The points in a tie-breaker
    as scored: zero, one, two,
    three, etc.
    First to seven points, win by two, wins the set.
    After the first serve, players switch servers then serve for two points each.
  • Remember Sportsmanship
    Always shake hands!!!
  • Have Fun!!