Tennis Stars Who Are Stellar at Other Sports.

To become the best tennis player in the world, it is assumed that one should specialise in the sport from an early age. It is not until you look in more detail that this is often not the case.

Everybody plays the game of soccer tennis, ranging from...
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Tennis Stars Who Are Stellar at Other Sports.

To become the best tennis player in the world, it is assumed that one should specialise in the sport from an early age. It is not until you look in more detail that this is often not the case.

Everybody plays the game of soccer tennis, ranging from Gael Monfils, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray to Stanislas Wawrinka and Roger Federer.

Even Rafa's and Novak's coaches can play it well! Many of the tennis players that play on the tour come from several different international areas, especially where soccer (or football) is prevalent.

Watch the video here https://youtu.be/Nj1sT7GPiJw

Tell us the name of another tennis player who can play other sports! 馃

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Zamir Mohamed Yacob can play football. Good defender 馃憤
Reply 14 Nov '20 at 12:56
Gustavo Kuerten/Mark Philippoussis can surf, maybe that counts 馃し
Reply 15 Nov '20 at 18:24
Nalbandian is a rally race driver
Reply 15 Nov '20 at 18:37
Monfils is very good at playstation ...
Reply 12 Feb '21 at 18:32
LIGA.TENNIS RANKING FORMULA has been updated.
What's new:

A ranking accounted for the last 24 matches result (before - best 24 matches).
A player won't get any point after more than 3 matches (within the last 24) with the same opponent.
Winning against highly-ranked opponents brings you...
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LIGA.TENNIS RANKING FORMULA has been updated.
What's new:

A ranking accounted for the last 24 matches result (before - best 24 matches).
A player won't get any point after more than 3 matches (within the last 24) with the same opponent.
Winning against highly-ranked opponents brings you significant bonus points.
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Thanks Eduardo Gonz谩lez for your suggestions. It has made our ranking better 馃憤
Reply 08 Feb '21 at 18:09
Sounds reasonable
Reply 08 Feb '21 at 18:25
Wondering about the amount of ranking points to be dropped from you considering your top1 in the Intermediate ranking Dmitry Shcherbakov. Bounty hunting is open.
Reply 08 Feb '21 at 20:22
All my wins in the intermediate level brings you only 10 points per win. So basically my ranking is going down Ruslan Islamov
Reply 09 Feb '21 at 05:38
She is the highest-ever ranked tennis player from Indonesia.

Having reached No. 19 in the Women's Tennis Association singles rankings in October 1997, yes, Yayuk Basuki is a female tennis legend in Indonesia. Various international achievements have been achieved by the woman born November 30,...
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She is the highest-ever ranked tennis player from Indonesia.

Having reached No. 19 in the Women's Tennis Association singles rankings in October 1997, yes, Yayuk Basuki is a female tennis legend in Indonesia. Various international achievements have been achieved by the woman born November 30, 1972. Interestingly, before it became known as the Indonesian Tennis Queen, Yayuk actually had an intense training as an athletic athlete.

And admitted by Yayuk, that tennis is actually not the first sport that she struggled as a sportsman. Instead, she was once a part of the All Indonesian Athletics Association (PASI). But at the age of 12 years, Yayuk finally settled on choosing tennis, and left the athletics she had worked on.

During becoming part of the tennis world in Indonesia, Yayuk has won four gold medals for the Indonesian Team at the Asian Games. Partnered with Suzanna, she also successfully presented two gold medals in the women鈥檚 doubles at the 1986 and 1990 Asian Games. Even in 1990, Yayuk also won a gold medal at the Beijing Asian Games from mixed doubles, paired with Suharyadi who eventually became her husband.

Yayuk, throughout her professional career, she had already defeated six tennis players who entered the ranks of 10 worlds at that time.

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Touchtennis is a fast growing variation of the standard game of tennis. Played on a smaller court with soft balls and 21鈥 racquet, the game is wildly popular throughout the UK and Europe. The game attracts players of all ages and skill levels.

The beauty of the sport is the need for players to...
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Touchtennis is a fast growing variation of the standard game of tennis. Played on a smaller court with soft balls and 21鈥 racquet, the game is wildly popular throughout the UK and Europe. The game attracts players of all ages and skill levels.

The beauty of the sport is the need for players to evolve from regular tennis dominated by "power-hitting," to more cultured and strategic play - hence the name touchtennis. Speed of mind, understanding of the rival鈥檚 weakness and exquisite touch count far more than physical strength and power. Outmaneuvering your opponent is far more effective than trying to out hit them.

Do you know some of the touchtennis rules? We found some of the rules that might help you to enjoy your game!
1. Tennis scoring but with sudden death on every deuce point with receiver to choose side
2. Serving can be overarm or underarm and the serve may not be volleyed back by the returner. One serve only.
3. 鈥業f you throw it you must hit it鈥 鈥 on throwing the ball up to serve, the server must hit it, letting it drop/catching it will result in loss of point.
4. Sets are to 4 games, and you must win by 2 clear games. If the score is 4-4, a tie break to 5 points will take place.
5. No let rule 鈥 if the ball clips the net and lands in correct service box, the ball counts as 鈥榠n play鈥.

Find how easy touchtennis rules here https://youtu.be/UqF6jJpy5s0

Coco Gauff, probably she gained recognition after making it to the main draw at Wimbledon 2019 or after when she defeated Venus Williams in the round one of English Slam, which was match taking place between the youngest and the oldest contestants of the main draw.

Gauff is no stranger to...
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Coco Gauff, probably she gained recognition after making it to the main draw at Wimbledon 2019 or after when she defeated Venus Williams in the round one of English Slam, which was match taking place between the youngest and the oldest contestants of the main draw.

Gauff is no stranger to high-level tennis. Or attention. She鈥檚 traveled internationally for years, training for a period in France, winning junior tournaments the globe over, joining the U.S. junior Fed Cup team and capturing junior Grand Slams.

Her on-court success, coupled with her age and likability, has propelled Gauff into the vernacular of American sports popular culture. This newfound celebrity status has had an impact on Gauff, but she says she is handling it well, calling the scheduling the trickiest part of it all.

Gauff has experience to draw on everywhere she looks. She鈥檚 represented by Alessandro Barel Di Sant Albanoof the agency Team8, started by Roger Federer and his agent, Tony Godsick. Her endorsement portfolio, along with apparel and footwear maker New Balance and racket manufacturer Head, includes pasta maker Barilla, a longtime backer of Federer. From business to tennis, Gauff knows the value of Federer.

Gauff's mission is a lofty one, and she stated it matter-of-factly: to be the greatest. And to win as many Grand Slams as possible. And maybe have fun along the way.

鈥淚f I inspire one person, that means more than any match for me,鈥 she said. 鈥淚 know it鈥檚 cheesy, but honestly it鈥檚 true because without the Williams sisters, I wouldn鈥檛 even be here right now.鈥

鈥淚 hope somebody can say that about me in the future.鈥 ___

Watch the match point between Coco Gauff and Venus Williams here https://youtu.be/R8E1iirQ1Gc

The longest point in the history of pro tennis happened in Richmond

..and took nearly a full half an hour to complete!

The rally wasn鈥檛 the most competitive and was mostly both players stood on the baseline lobbing ball back to each other. Eventually, Nelson went for a winner and was successful....
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The longest point in the history of pro tennis happened in Richmond

..and took nearly a full half an hour to complete!

The rally wasn鈥檛 the most competitive and was mostly both players stood on the baseline lobbing ball back to each other. Eventually, Nelson went for a winner and was successful. At the end of the rally.

And on October 2020, when Liga.Tennis organized final match of Liga.Tennis Championship 2020 Kumi and her opponent, Jess Johan made the same record. Well, wasn't the longest rally in Indonesia but 132 shots is quite impressive.

Watch their video here https://youtu.be/bmb5bZEp5h0
Reply 28 Nov '20 at 08:23
Very challenging for me being in the chair馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ my mind was wandering off to many places
Reply 28 Nov '20 at 11:18
As I said to Kumi , who went thru this can endure anything! Congrats Kumi!
Reply 30 Nov '20 at 18:17
Thank you Thomas馃挮
Reply 30 Nov '20 at 20:22
Tennis tournaments are considered as the basis for the world rankings in the professional sector. There are a total of eight different tournament categories in the men鈥檚 singles, which we have ranked according to their value.

1. ITF Future Tour
ITF Future Tour are smaller tournaments that are...
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Tennis tournaments are considered as the basis for the world rankings in the professional sector. There are a total of eight different tournament categories in the men鈥檚 singles, which we have ranked according to their value.

1. ITF Future Tour
ITF Future Tour are smaller tournaments that are designed to help players get their first world ranking points. And organised by the ITF or International Tennis Federation.

2. ATP Challenger Tour
In contrast to the Futures, Challenger tournaments are managed by the ATP or Association of Tennis Professionals. Thus they serve as a transition from the ITF Tour to the ATP Tour.

3. ATP Tour 250
If a player has also collected a sufficient number of points on the Challenger Tour, he is able to start in an ATP Tour 250 tournament.

4. ATP Tour 500
The winner of an ATP Tour 500 tournament receives twice as many points as in a 250 event. The world ranking points of the other rounds are adjusted in the same way.

5. ATP World Tour Masters 1000
Even more exclusive are the tournaments of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000, with only nine Masters tournaments being played per season.

6. ATP Finals
The ATP Finals, formerly the Tennis Masters Cup, are held at the end of each men鈥檚 season. In general, they are the most important event on the ATP Tour. This tournament is always held in November in London

7. Grand Slam
The most famous tennis tournaments are probably the Grand Slams. Basically, we distinguish between four Grand Slam tournaments in tennis: Australian Open French Open (Roland Garros) Wimbledon US Open

8. Davis Cup
The Davis Cup has the special feature that it is played over a very long period of time, namely several months. Another exception is that no world ranking points are distributed at this tournament.

In general, the way to the top of the world in women鈥檚 tennis is similar to that in men鈥檚 tennis. There are also eight categories in which all tennis tournaments can be divided.

Can you write down the Women鈥檚 Tennis Tournaments?


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Fail Again. Fail Better - Stan Wawrinka.

Some tennis players have minds of steel. They don鈥檛 crack under pressure and have their chin up when they lose. One such player is Stan Wawrinka.

For Wawrinka, it was a quote by Samuel Blackett. Blackett is an Irish novelist who once said, 鈥淎lways tried,...
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Fail Again. Fail Better - Stan Wawrinka.

Some tennis players have minds of steel. They don鈥檛 crack under pressure and have their chin up when they lose. One such player is Stan Wawrinka.

For Wawrinka, it was a quote by Samuel Blackett. Blackett is an Irish novelist who once said, 鈥淎lways tried, always failed, no matter, try again, fail again, fail better.鈥

Wawrinka gave the meaning and influence of the above sentence. He believes it鈥檚 something that could define him. On March 28, 2013, on his 28th birthday, Wawrinka got the quote tattooed on his left forearm. His beliefs and attitude combined with a pinch of luck led to him winning his biggest victories.

鈥淚n tennis, even the best players face a loss every week. Failure is part of the job. You have to get up, start over, accept to lose again and again. Defeat, for me, has never been serious. The timing of this tattoo is special. I did it on March 28, 2013, my birthday. And I won my biggest victories soon after,鈥 Wawrinka said.


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Tennis is obviously an individual sport, they can do whatever they want to celebrate especially when players end up winning a match!

Whether a player is emotionally forthright or subdued overall, he or she can sometimes find it very hard to contain excited feelings when on the court. Some... Read more
Tennis is obviously an individual sport, they can do whatever they want to celebrate especially when players end up winning a match!

Whether a player is emotionally forthright or subdued overall, he or she can sometimes find it very hard to contain excited feelings when on the court. Some athletes choose to fist pump, while others simply talk to themselves.

There are many positive results involved with celebrating:
1. Celebration releases stress.
2. Celebration provides motivation.
3. Celebrating recognizes excellence
4. Celebration shows appreciation and acceptance.
5. Celebration builds energy.
6. Celebration provides a time of reflection
7. Celebration is a moment in time to be remembered.

Celebration should be part of your culture. It is a discipline and it needs to be planned. The benefits will far outweigh any inconveniences and it will help propel you to the next level of success.

Watch the celebration of some tennis players here https://youtu.be/mZJuRC60rEg

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Your body produces heat during tennis -- lots of it!

And as intensity and duration of play increase, you face an growing challenge to eliminate the accumulating heat, especially in hot weather. The best way for a tennis player to get rid of internal body heat during play is by sweating. But if... Read more
Your body produces heat during tennis -- lots of it!

And as intensity and duration of play increase, you face an growing challenge to eliminate the accumulating heat, especially in hot weather. The best way for a tennis player to get rid of internal body heat during play is by sweating. But if it鈥檚 hot and humid, even sweating doesn鈥檛 eliminate heat effectively.

Sweat is mostly water, but it contains a fair amount of sodium (Na ) and chloride (Cl-). In contrast, there is usually very little potassium (K ) in sweat. Water is usually fine for a pre-match beverage, but only if sufficient carbohydrates and electrolytes are provided by your food intake. Avoid drinks that contain caffeine or alcohol; they will accelerate fluid loss. You might consider increasing your salt intake (via foods and liquids containing salt).

Yes, salt.
Most researchers have shown enhanced fluid absorption with a carbohydrate-electrolyte drink versus plain water. In addition, consumption of a carbohydrate-electrolyte drink will help you maintain your blood glucose level; this may delay fatigue.

If sweat losses from the previous match were excessive and/or you are prone to heat-related muscle cramps, then adding more salt to your fluids and food may be appropriate. If you choose to use salt tablets, make sure you crush and dissolve them in plenty of water (usually about 2 tablets per liter of water).

!!! You can make it taste like whatever you want. Some people believe that consuming too much salt will dehydrate them.

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Tennis is a great way to stay fit, meet new people or have fun with family and friends. It鈥檚 easy to pick up a racquet and play tennis regardless of your age.
"Do what you can鈥 - Arthur Ashe.

Born in a tennis world that was dominated by Caucasians and Whites, the struggles that Arthur Ashe had to face even to enter the tennis arena were difficult. But that didn鈥檛 stop him. Ashe often said, 鈥淭o achieve greatness, start where you are, use what you have,... Read more
"Do what you can鈥 - Arthur Ashe.

Born in a tennis world that was dominated by Caucasians and Whites, the struggles that Arthur Ashe had to face even to enter the tennis arena were difficult. But that didn鈥檛 stop him. Ashe often said, 鈥淭o achieve greatness, start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.鈥

In 1979, Ashe retired from professional tennis due to a heart attack. He underwent surgeries in 1979 and 1983. Later, in 1988, it was reported that Arthur Ashe was HIV positive due to a wrongful blood transfusion that had taken place during his second heart surgery in 1983. Ashe went public with his story. At that time, people were not much aware about HIV and AIDS.

The people who suffered with the disease were discriminated against. Ashe went on a mission. He educated people regarding safe sex and founded the Arthur Ashe foundation for the defeat of AIDS. Sports Illustrated named him the Sportsman of the Year even though he didn鈥檛 participate in a single match.

In February 1993, Arthur Ashe died. When the world knew that he was HIV positive, a young child had sent Ashe a letter asking 鈥淲hy did God choose you for this disease?鈥, Ashe replied:

鈥淭here are 50 million kids who start playing tennis. Only 5 million learn to play tennis. Out of that, only 500,000 learn tennis professionally. Among them, 50,000 are ready to join the tournaments. Then there are 5000 tennis player who make it into the Grand Slam tournament. There are 50 tennis players who join the Wimbledon tournament. Then only 4 make it to the semifinals. Then 2 make it to the final. When I held the trophy with my hands, I did not ask God, 鈥渨hy me.鈥 Today when I am ill, I will not ask God, 鈥渨hy me?鈥

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Older tennis fans will no doubt remember the days of white tennis balls, but those born after a certain date might not be aware that the sport didn鈥檛 always use yellow balls. When lawn tennis was introduced in the late 1800s, either white or black tennis balls were used and they continued to use... Read more
Older tennis fans will no doubt remember the days of white tennis balls, but those born after a certain date might not be aware that the sport didn鈥檛 always use yellow balls. When lawn tennis was introduced in the late 1800s, either white or black tennis balls were used and they continued to use it until the 1970s.

For nearly a century, tennis balls were white or black. It wasn't until 1972 that tennis balls took on their bright neon hue. At the time, Attenborough was working as a studio controller for the BBC. In the late 1960s he had led the charge for the BBC to broadcast Wimbledon, perhaps the most iconic of tennis tournaments, in color for the first time ever.

Broadcasting tennis in color brought the matches to life, but it made tracking the ball on screen difficult -- especially when it fell near the white courtlines. So the International Tennis Federation (ITF) undertook a study that found that yellow tennis balls were easier for home viewers to see on their screens.

7 Weird Tennis Rules! Have you ever heard one of them?

1. If an additional ball enters the court while a point is in progress, the point must be replayed.
2. If a player's phone rings while a point is in progress, he/she automatically forfeits the point.
3. If the serving players swings during...
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7 Weird Tennis Rules! Have you ever heard one of them?

1. If an additional ball enters the court while a point is in progress, the point must be replayed.
2. If a player's phone rings while a point is in progress, he/she automatically forfeits the point.
3. If the serving players swings during the toss and misses the ball, it is considered a fault
4. The returning player/team may position themselves anywhere on the court.
5. If a player catches the ball during a point, they forfeit the point (regardless of the ball's position).
6. If a doubles team audily communicates during a point, they automatically forfeit the point
7. A player may strike the ball twice, as long as it is done in a single, continuous motion


From 7 weird tennis rules 鈽濓笍, 1 of them is fake. So, which rules is fake?

Write your answer below!

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Reply 20 Nov '20 at 15:10

Rafael Nadal, for those who do not know, is a right-handed person. However, he plays tennis with his left hand. Such people who have the capability to use both their hands to equally good effect, are known as, again for those who do not know-ambidextrous.


Nadal also revealed that at a very young...

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Rafael Nadal, for those who do not know, is a right-handed person. However, he plays tennis with his left hand. Such people who have the capability to use both their hands to equally good effect, are known as, again for those who do not know-ambidextrous.


Nadal also revealed that at a very young age he used to play a double-handed backhand as well as a doubled-handed forehand. There is a specific reason why lefties tend to be more difficult to play against. As the majority of the players play with their right hand, a good leftie makes them play at their weaker backhand. Additionally, they can serve wider from the deuce side of the tennis court.


The fact remains that a left-handed Rafael Nadal will go down as one of the greatest players in history. It is difficult to determine now if his left hand played any major role in that. However, many of his fans will agree that the fuel driving Rafa is his incredible passion and determination for the sport, not a specific angle created by his left arm.


Check this video https://youtu.be/WWKtA7dfEQQ


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That鈥檚 Not me though 馃檭
Reply 19 Nov '20 at 04:57
The Beast!
Reply 19 Nov '20 at 12:22
鈥淟adies and gentlemen, quiet please. Players are ready. Thank you.鈥

Why are tennis crowds always so quite?

Silence among tennis spectators, however well established, is not an official rule. The guidelines to Wimbledon, the most staid and stately of tennis tournaments, state: 鈥淭he use of any...
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鈥淟adies and gentlemen, quiet please. Players are ready. Thank you.鈥

Why are tennis crowds always so quite?

Silence among tennis spectators, however well established, is not an official rule. The guidelines to Wimbledon, the most staid and stately of tennis tournaments, state: 鈥淭he use of any anti-social, aggressive, annoying or dangerous behaviour, foul, abusive or racist language or obscene gestures, the removal of shirts or any clothing likely to cause offence and the climbing onto any building, wall or other structure/equipment is forbidden and may result in ejection from the Grounds.鈥 But that鈥檚 it. There is nothing about quiet during play. That silence is not officially required is itself a tradition.

Tennis requires such concentration that any distractions are excessively penalizing. While the ball in tennis does fly faster than in any other sport besides maybe jai alai, that reasoning feels like tennis exceptionalism. Silence is, of course, helpful for focus, and would also be when facing down a 100-mile-per-hour fastball, shooting a critical free throw, being heard in the huddle, or taking a penalty kick.

In certain tennis tournaments鈥攖he Davis Cup, for example, or World Team Tennis鈥攖here is more crowd noise, and players who have grown up and trained with silence find it annoying鈥攂ut only until they get used to it.

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Have you ever heard 鈥淏attle of the Surfaces鈥 ?

Yes, it was an epic exhibition match between Rafael Nadal the King of Clay faced off against Roger Federer the GOAT of Grass.


Organisers decided to splash $1.63m to construct the court and then the two tennis greats turned up on May 2 to play in the...

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Have you ever heard 鈥淏attle of the Surfaces鈥 ?

Yes, it was an epic exhibition match between Rafael Nadal the King of Clay faced off against Roger Federer the GOAT of Grass.


Organisers decided to splash $1.63m to construct the court and then the two tennis greats turned up on May 2 to play in the exhibition match.


Nadal won, because there was clay involved somewhere, and the home crowd probably made a difference too, It did go to a tiebreak, though, before the Spaniard closed out a 7-5, 4-6, 7-6 (12-10) win.


Watch this https://youtu.be/pKub5alR4BY


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Why do tennis players GRUNT?

Some say tennis players grunt to put off their opponents. Others believes it's simply a release of energy playing such an elite level of sport.

There are two aspects to grunting and tennis performance that have generated research interest.

First, grunting has been...
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Why do tennis players GRUNT?

Some say tennis players grunt to put off their opponents. Others believes it's simply a release of energy playing such an elite level of sport.

There are two aspects to grunting and tennis performance that have generated research interest.

First, grunting has been investigated from the perspective of an opposition player, who may find it detrimental to their performance as it interferes with how they are able to process information during shot preparation.

Second, the influence of grunting on the performance of the grunters themselves has also been considered as it relates to their hitting performance.

In both instances, grunting could be considered performance-enhancing for the grunter and performance-hindering for their opponent.

When you think of tennis grunting, Maria Sharapova's name is probably at the top of the list. Guinnessworldrecords.com reports that Sharapova鈥檚 grunts reached 103 decibels, but she was outdone by the 16-year-old Larcher de Brito who reached 109 db.


So, Is grunting allowed in tennis? Let us know what do you think about it and why.
I had to Google translate to understand what "grunt" is 馃う鈥嶁檪锔
Reply 06 Nov '20 at 18:05

The strings of the tennis racket were made of cow and sheep guts in the past

Really?

Tennis rackets have undergone substantial changes over the years. In the year 1874, Major Walter C. Wingfield registered his patent in London for the rules and equipment of outdoor lawn tennis. That is one of...

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The strings of the tennis racket were made of cow and sheep guts in the past

Really?

Tennis rackets have undergone substantial changes over the years. In the year 1874, Major Walter C. Wingfield registered his patent in London for the rules and equipment of outdoor lawn tennis. That is one of the closest versions of the game that we play today. Rackets at this time were still made of wood and had strings that were made from the outer skin of sheep intestine called serosa.

After World War II, there was a shortage of sheep, which forced manufacturers to look for other materials. In addition, the spread of tennis to humid climates made natural gut even more difficult for players to work with because the material would deteriorate rapidly, which would increase the cost of both tennis rackets and replacement strings. After extensive experimentation, cow gut ended up being selected.

Cow gut was far more effective because only three cows were required to make the same amount of material as six sheep.

Today, natural gut strings are still available for more experienced and serious players looking to have a certain quality of tension on their tennis rackets; however, synthetic strings and hybrid strings have also become commonplace in the market.

Source: https://www.tennisreviewer.com


What string tension do you use? Write down below 馃憞馃徏

As tennis lovers, we can agree that probably the best tennis partner is the mighty wall.

This emotionless partner never misses and will force you to hit the ball again and again until it drains your energy. And although there are many advantages of hitting against the wall, there are certain...
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As tennis lovers, we can agree that probably the best tennis partner is the mighty wall.

This emotionless partner never misses and will force you to hit the ball again and again until it drains your energy. And although there are many advantages of hitting against the wall, there are certain aspects of your tennis game you are better off practicing on the court with a real person.

ADVANTAGES:

- High-quality stroke repetitions (Proper Technique)
- Improves muscle memory
- Improves consistency & control
- Practice footwork
- Improve timing
- Can practice every stroke
- Helps improve decision-making skills
- Improve reflexes
- Affordability

... and of course
No need for a partner! 馃槈
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