Game, Set, Match. Smash your opponents to win the championship in this collection of tennis games. If you love racket sports but you can't get out on the court, these games will serve you up some excitement whether you have a few minutes to spare or an entire afternoon.
You’ll be able to win the Grand Slam like legends Andre Agassi and Roger Federer with our tennis games collection. Learn how to serve over 100mph and win a game of aces with skills like Andy Roddick! Our collection features many exciting challenges, such as real-world tournaments and serve return games. You can play on any type of court, from clay to grass to hard-top.
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Tennis Game for Beginner #2: The School Game . School is one of the simplest tennis games for beginners. It is actually a serve practice drill. Players start at the service line and try to serve into the service box. Once he or she gets three serves into both service boxes, the player will graduate from kindergarten to grade school.
Tennis Fun & Practice Games. Doubles – Move Up. The aim is to improve doubles play, groundstrokes, net shots, and communication. Doubles – Don’t Break it. Doubles – Over Your Head. Doubles – Lob or Lose. Singles – Target.
The video is a must watch, below I have screen shots of each of the 23 drills. 01 Topspin serve with a coat hanger 02 Topspin serve with topspin pro 03 Hand behind back 04 Topspin serve over fence 05 Throw with palm down 06 Throw over rope to reach up 07 Throw from L position 08 Throw racket 09 Lead with the edge Check out Rob's site with has over 22,000 tennis videos 10 Tip elbow off fence 11 Serve from abbreviated position 12 Point finger to sky ball toss 13 Velcro pad to improve contact ...
On the first point of a game, the first serve must go over the net and into the receiver’s right (deuce) service court. ADVERTISEMENT. If your first serve doesn’t go into the correct box, it’s called a “fault.”. If you miss your second serve, however, it’s called a “double fault” and your opponent wins that point.
2 players serve one against each other cross court. Player A serves first, then player B. If A hits the court and B misses, A wins a point. If A hits the court and B hits the court, neither gets a point. If A misses and B hits the court, B wins a point. The game is played to 3 and then they switch serving order.