Its because if their opponent hits a top spin shot when they return it the strings move because of the amount of spin on the ball.
The best strategy in tennis is to hit the ball where the opponent isn't. You will also win if you keep your opponent running around back and forth, which will tire them out.
If the ball is lobbed deep over the net person, then it is the other players job to return the ball, especially if they are in a double-net formation. if it is a shallow lob, either person can return it, it is all up to the communication of the players and their preferences
Pong is a two-dimensional sports game that simulates table tennis. The player controls an in-game paddle by moving it vertically across the left side of the screen, and can compete against either a computer controlled opponent or another player controlling a second paddle on the opposing side. Players use the paddles to hit a ball back and forth. The aim is for a player to earn more points than the opponent; points are earned when one fails to return the ball to the other.OR A restaurant .......
Tennis balls are sed to play the game of Tennis. Tennis is a game played on a rectangular court by two players or two pairs of players equipped with rackets, in which a ball is driven back and forth over a low net that divides the court in half. Jasmine :)
To play tennis, you need a tennis court, a tennis racket for each player, and a tennis ball. If you are playing singles, one player stands on each side of the net, for doubles, two players are on each side of the net. Players hit the ball with the racket back and forth over the net.
If the opponent hits a slice then you would need agility to hit the ball back.
Yes. To 'return' a card to the main deck means to shuffle a card back into it.
Yes, it does. - i.e. it must land on the opponent's side of the table before the opponent can hit it back to you (unlike tennis).
You should return a back spin with top spin, and a top spin with back spin. If you try to combat the other person's backspin with backspin of your own, then you run the risk of not putting enough backspin on the ball, and therefore the shot may go long. Much better to continue the spin which your opponent has put on the ball, and make his/her back spin work for you. Your opponent's backspin is essentially your topspin, so your opponent is already helping you out. You also need to understand that, when your opponent puts backspin on the ball, the ball will not go very far after it bounces on your side of the table. Thus, you need to move forward a bit to get to it. Also, you should usually wait until the opponent's shot bounces up to its highest point before hitting the ball back to him/her. This might mean backing up and waiting for the ball to reach that point. You want to hit it when his/her shot is hovering in the air, not when it just hit the table. This will maximize your ability to control the return. Only advanced players should combat topspin with topspin, or backspin with backspin. This is much more difficult and requires a great deal of skill.
The weight of the net causes it to sag a little in the middle, there no way to prevent this.. The weight of the net has nothing to do with it. The middle of the net is lower to create a better strategy of play - hitting a shot in the middle is an easier shot to return by your opponent than a shot close to the sides. So the lower height in the middle creates a trade-off: up the middle is easier to get the ball over the net but easier for you opponent to hit back. Hitting towards the sides is harder to get over the net but is also harder for your opponent to return.
In tennis matches, it is more common to win games while serving rather than while the other player is serving. So, when both players are winning their own serve games (holding serve) the set is said to be "on serve." When a player wins a game as a receiver, that player is said to have broken the opponent's serve and is now "up a break." If the other player is able to "break back" the score again appears as if nobody lost their serve game, and the set is "back on serve."
Usually called a Lob shot. It is used to either draw your opponent to the back of the court or to hit over him if he is at the net.
Yes and no. You cannot usually hit a tennis ball that is not on your side, but if the ball bounces on your side first and, when it bounces, spins back to the opponent's side of the court, you may hit it before it bounces again.
So that you can control the court. If you're in the right position, you're better able to respond to whatever your opponent sends, and you're better able to fire back something difficult for your opponent to defend.
In the tennis you should have to do the following things,At first you need atleast two players. Then atleast one Tennis ball.When you put serve:You have to serve the ball from your right side to the left side of the opposite side (beyond the net) but the ball should not cross the service line. if the ball crosses your serve is fault.you have another chance to serve. if you put the serve correctly the opponent player will hit the ball back to your place. And you should hit the ball back to his side (within the court line) either with forehand stroke or backhand stroke. if you play singles the ball should fall within or on the singles line, if you play doubles the ball should fall within the doubles line.These are all the things you should do when you serve.When your opponent serve:when your opponent serve you should hit the ball back to his side either with forehand or backhand. This is what to do in the tennis. In short You should play Tennis game.
A good strategy for a table tennis serve is to put top, back, or side spin on the ball and then place this shot towards the corners of the tabe in order to make the opponent reach for the serve.
Lawn tennis requires hand/eye coordination skills. A person must also react quickly to hit tennis balls properly so as to return them back over the net.
When returning a topspin you should send it back with a nice back spin. this will cause the spin speed to double and when the ball hits the table it will come back towards you.
Upon Mary Ewing Outerbridge's return to the US from Bermuda, she brought back the idea of tennis. Bermuda was, and still is, a territory of the United Kingdom, who is regarded as the creator of modern tennis.
Its before the match starts 'for real'. Players 'knocking' the ball back to each other for warm-up / practice.
Table tennis or ping pong: it is a indoor game.It is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth using a table tennis racket
You might mean "ping pong." The main basis of the game is for two players to hit a ball back and forth to each other using table tennis rackets. It is also called "table tennis," similar to tennis.
the serve,the forehand drive,the back hand drive,overhead smash and top spin volley