French open U.S. open Wimbledon Australian Open Winning one counts as a grand slam not all four.
I think it's US Open French Open Australian Open Wimbeldon
Three, four or five depending on the make.
They are the Australian Open in January, the French Open in late May to early June, the Wimbledon in late June and early July, and the US Open in August and September.
For being the most accomplished tennis player on all surfaces. Winning each Major with it's unique surface at least four times. Being no 1 for a record 377 weeks, and of course being the only player in tennis history to win The Golden Grand Slam (all four tennis majors in a calendar year) on four different surfaces in addition to a Gold medal having done this in 1988. Her 22 majors or grand slams titles in addition to 107 tour titles make her the most consistent player to win on all surfaces. She brought in a new style of play being the most accomplished all courter the game has seen. Tennis before the Graf era was played either by serve and volleyers, or baseliners. Graf put together in her game the defensive mastery of a baseliner with the offensive minded style of a serve and volleyer, and set the trend for the all court style played today. When Rod Laver ,Don Budge,Mo Connelly,and Margaret Court won The Grand Slam, three of the four of the Majors surfaces were on grass, Steffi Graf is still in 2010 the only player to complete The Grand Slam on four different surfaces, on Rebound Ace a slow rubberized surface, Australian Open (now played on a conventional hard court) Clay at the Roland Garros, grass at Wimbledon, and Hard Court at the U.S. Open.
they watch their particular lines, so that if a tennis court doesnt have hawk eye (but most tennis tourney grand stadiums have hawk eye, and they use both linesmen and hawk eye)- they can determine whether the ball is in or out, to make the game as fair as possible.
Tennis Scoring: A series of points add up to make tennis games, a series of games add up to make tennis sets, and a series of sets add up to make a tennis match.
The game of tennis is played with two or four people a game. Thirty nine entries will make the numbers uneven. You have to find another entry or have one person play twice.
International Tennis regulations state that players on men's doubles teams must wear the same colored clothing to identify themselves as teammates. These regulations make no mention of women, specifically.
Municipal center in the Greater London borough of Merton, known as the site of the annual lawn-tennis All-England Championships. Held in late June and early July, the tournament is the oldest (founded 1877) and most prestigious in the world. It is one of four tournaments that make up the Grand Slam of tennis, and the only one still played on natural grass. Competition was opened to professionals in 1968.
A grand slam is a home run hit while the bases are loaded and when hit will score four runs.