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    • TENNIS Javier López Muñoz
      • Tennis history
      • Forehand drive
      • Backhand drive
      • Volley
      • Serve
      • Types of tennis courts
      • ATP & WTA
      • Originated in Europe in the XIX century
      • Tennis was a sport reserved for the aristocracy
      • The first championship was played in 1877
      • US Open,Roland Garros ,the Davis Cup and the Australian open followed Wimbledon
      • As for the Olympics was accepted in the 1988
      • In Spanish known as derecha
      • It’s de basic stroke in tennis
      • The success is due to the placement
      • In Spanish known as revés
      • Is more defensive than the forehand drive
      • It has also more difficulty
      • The volley is basically an attack blow
      • It is a hit with short preparation
      • You have to be with the legs flexed
      • Racket ready
      • It’s the first point
      • You have two services per point
      • If you fail both serves you lose the point
      • Fastest services: men (241.3 kph)
      • women (206 kph)
      • Three types of courts :
      • Hard courts
      • Clay courts
      • Grass courts
      • They are associations of tennis
      • ATP
      • WTA
      • Punctuation
      • Origins of the tennis
      • Main shoks(forehand ,backhand volley and serve)
      • Tennis courts
      • What are ATP and WTA