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A game in which two or four players strike a ball with rackets over a net stretched across a court. The usual form (originally called lawn tennis) is played with a felt-covered hollow rubber ball on a grass, clay, or artificial surface,
  1. A game in which two or four players strike a ball with rackets over a net stretched across a court. The usual form (originally called lawn tennis) is played with a felt-covered hollow rubber ball on a grass, clay, or artificial surface


  1. a game played with rackets by two or four players who hit a ball back and forth over a net that divides the court
  2. Tennis is a sport usually played between two players (singles) or between two teams of two players each (doubles). Each player uses a racquet that is strung to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt over a net into the opponent's court.
  3. Tennis is an album by Chris Rea, released in 1980.
  4. Activision Tennis is a 1981 Atari 2600 video game by Activision. It was one of a series of sports games by Activision, which also included 1980's Activision Boxing. Activision Tennis was designed by Activision co-founder, Alan Miller.
  5. Tennis or Tinnis was an ancient city of Egypt situated at , on an island in Manzala Lake, southwest of Port Said. The city was founded by refugees from Tanis, after which the city was named. ...
  6. Tennis Magazine (styled as TENNIS magazine) is an American sports magazine owned by the Miller Publishing Group, LLC. It is a monthly magazine (but only 10 per year) which covers news from the world of tennis.
  7. Tennis is a video game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1984. The concept of the game is very basic in that the player controls one person faced against an opponent CPU player. This game uses the same scoring system as "real-life" tennis. ...
  8. This is a list of video games in the Simple series.
  9. A sport played by either two or four players with strung racquets, a 2½" (6.4 cm) ball, and a net approximately 3 feet high on a clay, grass, or cement court
  10. Simulation of a traditional tennis match.
  11. The rules of modern tennis were initially cast by the cricket establishment in Victorian England to govern the first Wimbledon tournament in 1877.
  12. Class of tricks where a single prop travels back & forth over all the other props.
  13. either of the two areas of the court between the doubles sideline and the singles or service sideline
  14. British Major Walter Clopton Wingfield defined the rules of modern game of tennis in 1874. He called it "sphairistike." (Greek for "playing ball.") Major Clopton converted the design of an earlier French game to one that could be played in an open field. ...
  15. The TCU Tennis teams play their home matches at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, rated the #1 facility in the nation by Tennis Magazine.
  16. If we can't get twelve or eleven, tennis as good as any.
  17. From the French word "tenir," to hold, supposedly from the shout used by the server (like "fore" in golf) for the opponent to get ready to receive the serve. (Also see "tendon", above.) This was for a game called "real tennis" or "court tennis", a much different game than it is today. ...
  18. The game known to Bacon is now known as real tennis. It was played with a racket by two players in an enclosed court, specially constructed for the purpose. A simpler form of the game, played in the open air and using the palm of the hand, was known as field tennis.
  19. Witnessing cause and effect; going back and forth on an issue; needing to assert yourself more strongly / Scoring at love; courting someone; having your needs served; taking advantage of something or someone; acing a situation, etc. / (see SPORTS)
  20. (1) [T] moves like a racquet being swung from side to side. (2) [S] holds imaginary racquet and hits ball forehand, then backhand.
  21. Back hand drive, Volley, Smash, Half-volley, Deuce, Service, Let, Grand Slam
  22. players are constantly described as swinging the racket, some more successfully than others. Commentators wax lyrical about Roger Federer’s back hand swinging.
  23. A coach of tennis players.
  24. Vocabulary about tennis
  25. ¤ Tennis Time, by Steve