In the Vocabulary Tennis ESL game (also known as word tennis or vocabulary volleyball), students trade vocabulary words from a pre-defined category. 2+ 10-20 mins Ball (Optional)
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GAME – The part of a set that is completed when one player or side either wins four points and is at least two points ahead of his or her opponent, or who wins two points in a row after deuce. GROUND STROKE – A stroke made after the ball has bounced; either a forehand or backhand.
How the Game Works. Tennis is played on a rectangular court, usually with a grass, clay, or hard court surface. The court is 78 feet (23.77 m) long and 27 feet (8.23 m) wide for singles matches and 36 feet (10.97 m) wide for doubles matches. The net is 3 feet 6 inches (1.07 m) high at the outer posts and 3 feet (.914 m) high in the middle.
GAME:it is won by scoring points. LINE JUDGE:an official who judges if a shot lands in the court. LOB: a shot which is hit over opponent’s head. LOVE: zero (used only in tennis) NET: a barrier which divides the court. RALLY: a great number of shots. RETURN: to hit a shot back to the opponent. SERVE: the shot which begins each point
Game – a player wins a game if, generally, they are the first player to win four points Ground stroke – a shot that is made after the ball has bounced Half-volley – a shot hit just as the ...
It tests vocabulary on the Tennis page. 1. She thought her shot was on the line but it was called out by the. line person. line judge. line umpire. a) line person b) line judge c) line umpire. 2. He usually serves well, but today he served too many.
Here is the Complete List of Vocabulary related to Tennis. Advantage; All ; Backhand; Ball Boy; Ball Change ; Ball Girl; Ball Kid; Ball Person; Baseline; Bounce; Break Break Point; Crosscourt; Deuce Double Fault; Doubles Down-The-Line; Drive ; Drop Shot; Ends ; Fault Foot Fault ; Forehand; Game Game Point; Grand Slam; Ground Stroke ; Groundstroke Half-Volley ; Let; Line Judge; Lob; Love ; Match
The game of tennis is an all-around sport that can improve your hand-eye coordination, balance, and agility. It can also enhance your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. To play tennis properly (and fairly), it’s important to become familiar with all the rules and terms.