Rules/How to Play Tennis
- No Point - "Love"
- First Point - "15"
- Second Point - "30"
- Third Point - "40"
- Fifth Point - "Game"
Difference between Doubles and Singles
Doubles is played by two players of two teams each, most often all-male or all-female. It utilizes a wider court than singles matches: it includes the area in the alley whereas singles does not.
History of Tennis
They must be yellow or white, with a diameter between 6.54 and 7.3cm and a weight between 56.0 and 59,49g.
A smooth, level playing area, covered with grass, clay or an artificial surface.
The net is attached between two poles and divides with an equal distance the two sides of the court. The Height of the net is in its centre of 0,914m and on its two sides of 1,07m.
A light bat with a frame in wood, steel or graphite with a network of cord, catgut or nylon, stretched in an essentially elliptical frame.
A volley in tennis is a shot in which the ball is struck before it bounces on the ground. Generally a player hits a volley while standing near the net, although it can be executed farther back, in the middle of the tennis court or even near the baseline. The word derives from M. French volée meaning flight.