Tennis for Women

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Doubleday, Page, 1916 - Tennis - 172 pages
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Page 44 - ... until it is well behind you; poise an instant on your balance and then swing the racquet around...
Page 22 - And any girl, without a serious physical defect, may learn to play a passable game of tennis. Tennis...
Page 26 - The grounding of the knowledge that a stroke is not well played unless the ball goes to the intended spqf.
Page 55 - Face the plane of the ball with your side turned toward the net.
Page 78 - Inclining the face of the racquet slightly back — " bevelling," it is called — helps to keep the ball out of the net...

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