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1 ( ) a serve that is a winner without the receiving tennis player able to return the ball.
2 ( ) the part of the tennis court that is to the left of the tennis players
3 ( ) when a tennis player needs one more point to win the game after the score was deuce.
4 ( ) the extra area of the side court used for doubles.
5 ( ) stand for the Association of Tennis Professionals
6 ( ) a way to swing the tennis racquet where the player hits the ball with a swing that comes across the body.
7 ( ) pin of a tennis ball that causes the ball to slow down and/or bounce low.
8 ( ) he motion of a swing that moves the racquet into position to swing forward and strike the ball.
9 ( ) the line indicating back of the court.
10 ( ) a tennis player whose strategy is to play from the baseline. See Tennis Strategies for more.
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11 ( ) when the server loses the game
12 ( ) one point away from breaking serve
13 ( ) blocking a shot with backspin
14 ( ) an aggressive strategy to return the opponent's serve with backspin and move forward to the net for a volley
15 ( ) a tennis shot with extreme backspin. Meant to stop the ball where it lands.
16 ( ) another name for a player who is a defensive baseliner.
17 ( ) the area where a tennis game is played
18 ( ) hitting the tennis ball diagonally into the opponent's court
19 ( ) refers to a shot that bounces near the baseline verses near the net
20 ( ) when the score in a game is 40 to 40.
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21 ( ) the right side of the court
22 ( ) two missed serves in a row. The server will lose the point.
23 ( ) a tennis game played by four players, two per side of the court.
24 ( ) hitting a tennis shot straight down the baseline
25 ( ) a strategy where the tennis player hits the ball just go over the net. It is used when the opponent is far from the net.
26 ( ) a drop shot from a volley
27 ( ) a service that is not in play.
28 ( ) the first of the two serves of a tennis ball a player is allowed. Generally the server will try a more difficult serve on the first service.
29 ( ) a shot with little to no spin
30 ( ) the part of the swing after the ball is hit. A good follow through is important for accuracy and power.
Jamming, Hold, Groundstroke, Game point,Foot fault, Forehand, Grand slam, Head, Iformation, Kick serve
31 ( ) when the server steps over the baseline while making a serve.
32 ( ) a tennis swing where the player hits the tennis ball from behind their body. Often the forehand is the players best stroke.
33 ( ) one point away to win the tennis game.
34 ( ) any one of the four most prestigious tennis tournaments including the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open.
35 ( ) a forehand or backhand shot made after the tennis ball bounces once on the court
36 ( ) the top part of the racket that has the strings and is meant to hit the ball.
37 ( ) when the server wins the tennis game.
38 ( ) a formation in doubled where the both players stand on the same side of the court prior to starting the point.
39 ( ) to hit the tennis ball straight to the opponent's body not allowing them to extend the racquet to hit the ball well.
40 ( ) a serve with a lot of spin causing the ball to bounce high
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41 ( ) when the tennis ball from a service touches the net but still lands within the service box. The server gets another try as this does not count as a fault.
42 ( ) a tennis shot where the ball is lifted high above the net. Can be a defensive shot in some cases, but also may cause a winner when the ball is just out of reach of the opponent, but still lands in play.
43 ( ) zero points in a tennis game.
44 ( ) when one tennis player only needs one more point to win the entire match
45 ( ) any tennis ball that lands outside the area of play.
46 ( ) when the tennis ball is hit such that it passes by the opponent at the net without them being able to hit the ball.
47 ( ) an aggressive strategy in doubles where the tennis player at net attempts to volley a shot hit to their partner on the baseline.
48 ( ) the main piece of equipment in tennis. It has a long handle and a oval shaped head with a string mesh stretched across it. It is used by the tennis player to hit the ball.
49 ( ) when players hit the ball back and forth to each other while the ball is landing in play.
50 ( ) when a tennis player needs one point to win the set
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51 ( ) a tennis game played by two players
52 ( ) the second serve that the server is allowed after missing the first serve. This serve must be successful or the server will lose the point (called a double fault).
53 ( ) starts the point by the server hitting the tennis ball into the opponents half of the court
54 ( ) a tennis strategy where the player serves and then charges forward to the net for a volley off of the return.
55 ( ) rotation of the tennis ball as it moves through the air. Skilled tennis players can control the spin and, therefore, the ball's trajectory and bounce
56 ( ) when one player wins every set in a match.
57 ( ) when the tennis ball spins forward. This can cause it to bounce higher as well as dip down quickly.
58 ( ) a missed shot by a player that was not caused by any excellent play by their opponent.
59 ( ) a shot where the ball is hit by the player's racquet before the ball hits the ground.
60 ( ) an outstanding tennis shot that cannot be returned by the opponent.