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  1. 1.  Most historians believe that tennis originated in England in the twelfth century, when the ball was beaten by hand. It was not until the sixteenth century when people began to use shovels, and the game began to be called "tennis." It was popular in England and France, although the court only played indoors where the ball could touch the wall and then I could play with rackets. Henry VIII of England was a big fan of this game, which historians now refer to as real tennis. The original tennis courts played on natural grass. It originated in Europe in the late eighteenth century and expanded in the beginning by the countries.
  2. 2.  Number of members: Two players or between two couples (single or double). The teams with individualplayers are of two womenand two men.The doubles teams player are of two men, two women, a couple of men and a women who is called mixed.
  3. 3. Rafa Nadal (Spain):-Considered the greatest player of all time. Winner of eleven titles.-Tournament of Roland Garros, Championship of Wimbledon, Open of Australia and Open of U.S.-He is professional since 2001.-It is ambidextrous, left- handed when playing but writes with his right and hits it with two hands backhand.
  4. 4.  Roger Federer is a Swiss professional tennis player, current World Number 1, born in Binningen, near Basel, on August 8, 1981. He began playing tennis at age three, eight entered the Tennisclub TC Old Boys, managing, and during her junior, great results, at the end of the 1998 season in the first place. Although not on the professional circuit started to stand up to the 2001 season, in just three years, from February 2, 2004, "Your Majesty" was ranked as the world number one in the ATP ranking, a position he held for a record 237 consecutive weeks until August 18, 2008. He owns numerous records in the circuit and is regarded by most of the major world tennis and the press, as the best player of all time. His hand is the right hand of play and uses the one-handed backhand. Roger Federer is simply a different player since few times in history has seen a player handle all the technical variations with ease and quality that makes the Swiss. There is a knock on the basis that his game is much evidence that except for his backhand top spin, the rest of his technique is a superlative level. On July 5 man became the winningest Grand Slams (15 titles) history surpassing Pete Sampras, who is credited with 14 Grand Slam tournaments. That same day, in the final of the prestigious Wimbledon tournament, faced Andy Roddick in a match laden dramatic nervousness in which both showed their best side tennis, getting to play 5 sets in which the latter ended up being 16-14 for the Swiss.
  5. 5.  Tennis shirt Tennis shorts Tennis shoes Tennis racket Accessories like belts, wristbands, hat s, etc..
  6. 6.  The tennis court, also known  Dimensions as tennis or court, is the place to play tennis. It is a rectangular cross the medium surface by a drop network. The track is usually prepared and labeled for single and double play. There are five types of tracks:- Lawn-Clay- Cement-Interior synthetic-Wood
  7. 7.  The four major tournaments that are played during the year are called Grand Slam, these are:-The Australia Open (played in Melbourne and fast surface)-Roland Garros (in Paris and on clay)-Wimbledon (London and on grass)-The U.S. Open (New York and fast surface)
  8. 8.  Setback: 1. Starting from the first point on the forehand, turn your racket a quarter turn to that side, making the racket Volley: face is going to hit the ball is slightly1. In this case you stand near the net in inclined toward the floor. a defined area, to attack and 2. Takes the racket back, this time with chances to win the point. They will his left hand grasping the center and crash the ball against the air before turning the left foot. it will immerse. You have to be more careful, for will not hit the ball 3. Check your weight to your right foot through the net. and moves forward with the racket and left hand loose, hitting the ball2. Open the racket without bringing in front of your foot support. your right side behind the line of your shoulders, with the same ring 4. Performs the highest possible slightly tilted upwards, go on ahead termination drawing a movement while the left shoulder slightly. from below upwards.3. Hit the ball well forward, transferring your weight to your left leg.4. It is a blow short and dry.
  9. 9.  Right:  Smash:1. From the ready position or 1. Is finishing blow, much like the standby, slide your hand as if you had kick, youll usually run near the supported in the ring. In this way and net, receiving a ball from your with greater and index fingers a bit opponent, with the intention of more open than the other, youll defining the point, and will try to have your "grip" to execute this shot. take the racket with the continental2. Takes the racket back up to your grip. waist while rotating your shoulders 2. The ball of your opponent should and your right foot until the rim of take the same position with the kick the racket point wiring that is behind and move perpendicular to the you and the ass of the racket bring network hops, signaling the arrival of the arrival of the ball. the ball with his left hand in the3. Transfer your weight to your right same position as in the launch of the foot to the left, while you progress serve, and taking your racquet hung with the racket to hit the ball up to behind head. your kickstand performing a 3. Get under the ball, do not drop movement from the bottom up. it, and hits in front of your4. Strike ends as long as body, stretching your right arm as possible, taking you past the chin much as possible and breaking the with your right shoulder. wrist down. The movement has a great acceleration at the rim of theRIGHT SMASH racket. 4. The completion of the stroke must be passing the racket on the left side of your legs.
  10. 10.  HANDLE EASTERN: This handles ensure optimum transfer of force from the hand to the racket and get her a better impact, as there is more support behind the grip of the racket. It also facilitates the impact to the waist. HANDLE WESTERN: You have to place the palm on the back of the fist, starting from this position, turn the right hand, leaving the floor vertically racket. HANDLE CONTINENTAL: Allows all strokes, because the doll has greater mobility when placing the racket in different positions, used to play on fast courts. HANDLE AUSTRALIAN: This grip favors the flat serve and forehand volley, used to play on fast courts where the blows are flat