The vocabulary of tennis and the terms we use in talking about it. Background history and famous ...
Player – one of the people involved in playing a game, e.g. tennis player or football player Rally – the exchange of shots between players. A rally starts when the receiver returns serve
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Tennis Terms to Know. ACE – A ball that is served so well the opponent cannot touch it with their racquet. AD – Short for Advantage. It is the point scored after Deuce. If the serving side scores, it is Ad-in. If the receiving side scores, it is Ad-out. ALL – An even score. 30-30 is, for example, 30-all. 3-3 would be 3-all.
The definitive and official regulations, however, were established in 1888 when the English tennis association was created. The vocabulary of tennis is, therefore, for all intents and purposes made up of words in English, which are also used in the sports jargon of other languages.
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Tennis Vocabulary. Tennis. ACE: a winning serve without being touched by the receiver. ADVANTAGE: a player who scores a point at deuce has the advantage and if he wins the next point, he wins the game. BALLPERSON: usually young people (boys and girls) who collect balls on the court and give them to players.
Tennis Vocabulary Word List (333) A) Ability, Accidents, Accomplish, Ace, Action, Activity, Advantage, Aggressive, Agility, Alert, Altercation, Amateur, Ambiance, Amusement, Appearance, Approbation, Athlete, Attentive, Attitude, Award, Awesome. B)
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.