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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 a...
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 grip on your raquet is an important aspect in your tennis play. You should grip the tennis raquet loosley between strokes, but when you are about...
The forehand stroke is usually the most powerful and the stroke most users want to use. Of course it has to be on the right side of the person to get...
The backhand stroke is when the ball is on the opposite side of you. It is the opposite of the forehand. There are two types of back hands. There i...
Net play is an important aspect to playing tennis. At the net, the player will primarily use a volley to hit the ball.The volley is when the ball doe...
The serve in tennis is a shot to start a point. The serve is usually initiated by tossing the ball into the air and hitting it (usually near the apex ...
To make it easier, I just added the link of the rules of tennis below:http://www.itftennis.com/shared/medialibrary/pdf/original/IO_23858_original.PDF
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