Major Walter Clopton Wingfield invented "land tennis" in 1873 which eventually was shortened to just tennis.
Major Walter Clopton Wingfield invented land tennis in 1873, which later became the "tennis" we know today.
in the serving boxes
The service area in tennis is where a player's serve must land into. It is often called a service box.
Yellow tennis balls are supposedly easier for the umpire to see if the ball was to land inside or outside of the boundary lines.
Fiona Hamilton. She is amazing !
The brick and the tennis ball might land at the same time, but the leaf will fall last.
The direction that the tennis courts are laid usually depends with the topography of the land. The direction of wind in the area is the other factor that is largely considered.
Hitting 2 serves which both land outside the service box
ajor Walter Clopton Wingfield invented land tennisin 1873
By failing to 'legally' land the ball in your opponent's appropriate service box.
It has to land in the opposite diagonal service box (because you face the opposite diagonal service box when you are serving).