The word 'bounced' has one syllable.
The word 'tennis' is a noun. When a noun is used to describe another noun, it's called an attributive noun (or noun adjunct).The term 'tennis court' is a compound noun.Why some nouns are also adjective and some are not, even though they are used as an adjective, is a mystery. The word 'tennis' is designated as a noun only in the five dictionaries that I consulted for this answer.
The word bounced is a verb. It is the past tense of the verb bounce.
Squash is a game played on a court.
Tennis was first played in England and created in England.Some theories are it came from a French word "tendre" which means to hold.
Bounced, is the past tense of the word 'bounce', and means to rebound, or to reflect back. For example, the ball 'bounced' back after being thrown, or the light 'bounced' back, off the mirror.
The French word for Tennis is the same as in English: (le) tennis.
Yes, it can be (bounced balls, bounced checks). The word bounced is the past tense and past participle of the verb (to bounce) and can be used as an adjective. *For checks, the term bounced comes from the fact that it 'bounces' or returns to the writer without being cashed, because there is not enough money in the account.