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How To Win The Tennis Game? A Brief For The Beginners

Aug 17, 2007
Your little daughter of eight has watched the last US Open Tennis on television. And after that she has been dying to take up tennis learning quite seriously. Well she is quite small at age but her passion for the game cannot be really put down. Before putting her in a tennis coaching house you better get her the accessories for the game and take her to a tennis court. Give her the preliminary lesson and the basic idea of the game including how to score and win it finally. With the basic technical knowledge she will tune in fine when she starts with the actual classes.

From the playing point of view

The game begins with the serve. But who will get the first turn to serve is decided by a tossing system. The winner of the toss takes up the first serve. To make it easier for the beginners to understand let's name the two players X and Y.

Now X wins the coin toss and takes the first serve. The position of the serve is fixed. It has to be from the behind of the baseline of the server's court. If the serve gets struck on the net the player will be given another chance. Missing the double chance will be penalized by missing points.

If the serve is right then Y will have to hit it back without a bounce in her own court after the hit and it can be anywhere in X's court except for the sidelines. If the ball goes out X gets points. And if X misses her chance of back hit Y gets points. This is the basic flow of the tennis match. But each serve will be from the opposite point of the baseline starting from the left.

The scoring system

How is the score counted? Or what is the pattern of the score board? The point in the score board begins from 15. If X is rewarded the first 15 points the score board will show 15-love where love stands for no score or zero. Both X and Y gets the same point, say 15 then it will be referred as 15 all. If it is 30 it will be called 30 all. The addition of points will be in terms of plus 15 but after 30 points it is going to be 40. if 40 is gained by the duo the game is known as deuce. But if it's a 40-30 and the 40 scorer gets the next point, the guy wins the game.

One game is not the winning of the set. For that the tennis player will have to win six games and at least two to three sets are required to finally score victory in the match.

This is the very basic idea of the tennis game and all beginners must know this first before being trained.
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