The Tennis Court – Section 05 – The Quiz

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1. True or False - The only requirement for the surface of a tennis court is that it should be level and smooth.
2. Balls bounce_____ on clay courts then on other surfaces.
3. Grass courts tend to favor what playing type?
4. Why should singles sticks should be used in singles matches?
5. True or False - Grass court surfaces tend to maintain there characteristics during a tournament.
6. The net post must be_____feet away from the court.
7. What is the name of this line?
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8. The predominate playing surface until the 1970's was_____?
9. This is a picture of a _____court.
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10. Hard courts tend to favor what playing style?
11. Hard courts are the most common type of tennis court because_____.
12. The width of the court for singles play is ____ feet wide?
13. The slowest playing surface is a_____?
14. The arrow is pointing to which line?
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15. The red area is called the?
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16. The red area is called the?
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17. The arrows are pointing to which lines?
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18. True or False - The spacing between the net and the post can be up to six inches?
19. True or False - The server must not touch the baseline until after the ball has been struck.
20. If a ball lands on the line is the ball in or out?
21. The two shaded areas are called the _____ service boxes?
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22. The two shaded areas are called the _____ service boxes?

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23. True or False - A band, often called the "net tape" must cover the net cord.
24. The width of the court for doubles play is ____ feet wide?
25. The arrow is pointing to the?
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26. True or False - Clay courts are composed of varying material and vary in speed.
27. The main advantage of playing on or having a clay court is_____.
28. This is a picture of a _____court.
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29. A clay court tennis player will tend to play mostly?
30. This is a picture of a _____court.
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31. The net post is how many feet above the ground?
32. The height of the net at the center of the court is_____feet?
33. Most clay courts are not made of clay, but are made of_____.
34. The service boxes are _____ feet long?
35. The main disadvantage of a grass court is_____.
36. True or False - When playing doubles a serve landing in the doubles alley is considered a good serve as long as it bounces before the service line.
37. True or False - Clay courts tend to have relatively short points whereas grass courts tend to have longer points.
38. Hard courts can vary in speed because_____.
39. Tue or False - Hard courts are tough on the human body.
40. True or False - A tennis court must be made up of certain materials.
41. True or False - The proper orientation for a tennis court is North/South as to avoid the glare of the rising and setting sun.
42. The most difficult surface type to play on is a _____ court.
43. The length of a tennis court is____ feet long?
44. The main disadvantage of playing on or having a clay court is_____.


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