Machines that shoot tennis balls are called, quite simply, tennis ball machines. They are also sometimes referred to as ball machines. More versed players sometimes call them the electronic opponent, or the ruthless server. There are several manufacturers of tennis ball machines and they all have their own patented name for their special machines. But searching for "tennis ball machine" should get you what you are looking for.
the official tennis ball name brand is Wilson
A golf ball.
Err a table tennis table
The proper name may be scrotal.
Slazenger tennis balls are used at Wimbledon.
Its just called a rugby ball.
Tennis, raquet ball, and squash,
Soccer, tennis, hockey, golf
Tennis ball, ping pong ball, golf ball, racket ball, and hand ball.
baseball tennis golf cricket
Top spin, back spin... There's a few.
The official name for tennis is 'tennis'. The official name for tennis is 'tennis'.
how to make a tennis ball face, 1. Take a razor blade and cut a line through the bottom curve seem 2. Draw a nose and eyes on the tennis ball above the cut seem 3. to make it talk pinch the side and talk to make it look like its talking 4. Then name it my is named Tennis Ball Tom Enjoy!
The compound noun 'table tennis' is a common noun, a general word for a type of game or sport.A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Jike Zhang, ITTF No. 1 Ranked Men's Table Tennis ChampionNational Collegiate Table Tennis Association (NCTTA)Robbins Table Tennis Specialties, Inc., Clinton Township, MI
The noun 'tennis' is a common noun, a general word for any game of tennis anywhere.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Tennis Street, Winona Lake, IN or Tennis Place, Queens, NYThe Palm Springs Tennis Club, Palm Springs, CA"The Tennis Player From Bermuda", a novel by Fiona Hodgkin
In France, they used to play it as handball, without rackets. When they struck the ball, they would yell "Tene!" which meant "take that!" in French. so hence the name, tennis.
Actually not really. We still call it table tennis, if I render from Chinese into English we call it "Table ball"
No, the noun 'ball' is a commonnoun, a general word for any ball of any kind.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example:Lucille Ball, American actressBall Ground, GA 30107Ball Corporation (Ball jars and containers)
There are various theories on how tennis got its name. One theory is that it originated from the French word, Tenez, which meant to take heed, or, in a broader sense, to play. Others think that the word tennis comes from an Ancient Egyptian City of Tanis. It sold fine linens, andthe early tennis ball. Thus, it was known as the 'Tinnis" ball. Hope this helped!
When the shot is played just as the ball has hit the court, it's called a half volley.