The only major difference is that in singles, the tram lines are counted as out. in doubles, they are part of the court. also, you obviously only have 2 people in singles, but 4 in doubles.
the only major difference is that in singles, the alleys are counted as out. in doubles, the alleys are part of the court. also, you obviously only have 2 people in singles, but 4 in doubles
In singles you can serve to any part of the table. In doubles you can only serve to/from the right court. If the ball touches the line, it is in.
Tennis is taken part on a tennis court in areas all around the world.
You would use the entire court after the serve is over. The same rules applies, as if it was single, except for the extra area, on the outer rectangles of the court, which are now legal or playable areas.
It is called a singles game, involving only the singles part of the court.
The human lungs have roughly the same surface area as a tennis court if they were to be laid out. This is 2,808 square feet, or 260.87 square meters.
The alleys of a tennis court are the long rectangles to the very left and right of your court. This picture will give you an idea of what I mean by the very long rectangles on the left and right: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f7/Tennis_court_imperial.svg/292px-Tennis_court_imperial.svg.png They run along the long side of the court. They are only used when playing doubles, that is 2 players versus 2 players. This is to allow more court room for more players to hit the ball. During singles, 1 vs. 1, the alleys are ignored and any balls that land in the alley are considered out.
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Because tennis is a sport
I believe you are referring to "volley." A person serves and then volleys.
During the main part of a badminton doubles rally, every part of the court is in. However, the serve must fall into the 'short and fat' area diagonally opposite the server. The side tramlines are in, but the rear tramlines are out during the serve.