Tennis is a sport that is played all over the world, and is fun none the less. This Instructable is designed to teach the basics of tennis, as well as some advanced tips to improve your game.
Whether you are just beginning, or hoping to refine your game, continue to read this Instructable!
Step 1: Choosing a Raquet
When looking to buy a raquet, you should figure out the level of play you are at.
Beginners might want to choose a head that is wider, which reduces the chance of missing the ball. More experienced players might want to choose a more narrow head which has more power and accuracy.
The material used for the raquet are nowadays synthetic materials such as composites and others. Wood is out of date, but you can always go old school.
Younger players might want to choose a raquet that is lighter so it is easier to hit the ball. As you grow older, you will become stronger, and a heavier raquet will be needed.