Tennis in Action
Ages 6 to 9 years. One of the world's best loved and respected sports, people can enjoy tennis for their entire lives. This book provides children with both the physical and mental tools to become great players. With easy-to-follow colour illustrations and photographs, children will be masters of court. Includes: Explanations of the court and etiquette; Tennis' unique scoring system; Different tennis strokes and racquet grips; Examples of how to apply techniques to game situations.
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Adding spin back your racquet Backhand groundstrokes backhand volleys backspin ball back ball bounce baseline bring your racquet called chair umpire circles cross-court shot deuce court double fault doubles alley doubles tennis drop shot feet shoulder-width foot and coil forehand and backhand Grand Slam hit a backhand hit a drop hit a volley hit a winner hit the ball Hold the racquet Hold your racquet leaves the racquet left hand loose eastern grip move once before hitting One-handed backhand opponent can't reach opponent's reach opponent's service box out-of-bounds overhand serve overhead passing shot player wins playing tennis racquet arm racquet face racquet head racquet steady racquet's edge rally ready position return the ball Rotate your upper second serve send your opponent serve the ball singles tennis smash the ball spot Stand stretch surface swing your hips teammate tilt the racquet topspin wait Watch the ball wins a game