The Tennis Court – Section 05 – The Quiz

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1. The main advantage of playing on or having a clay court is_____.
2. The slowest playing surface is a_____?
3. The red area is called the?
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4. True or False - The spacing between the net and the post can be up to six inches?
5. This is a picture of a _____court.
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6. The net post is how many feet above the ground?
7. The red area is called the?
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8. Tue or False - Hard courts are tough on the human body.
9. The arrows are pointing to which lines?
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10. The arrow is pointing to the?
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11. The length of a tennis court is____ feet long?
12. The two shaded areas are called the _____ service boxes?

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13. The arrow is pointing to which line?
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14. True or False - A tennis court must be made up of certain materials.
15. If a ball lands on the line is the ball in or out?
16. The width of the court for singles play is ____ feet wide?
17. Why should singles sticks should be used in singles matches?
18. The main disadvantage of playing on or having a clay court is_____.
19. The most difficult surface type to play on is a _____ court.
20. True or False - The server must not touch the baseline until after the ball has been struck.
21. Hard courts are the most common type of tennis court because_____.
22. The net post must be_____feet away from the court.
23. True or False - The only requirement for the surface of a tennis court is that it should be level and smooth.
24. Hard courts tend to favor what playing style?
25. This is a picture of a _____court.
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26. Balls bounce_____ on clay courts then on other surfaces.
27. This is a picture of a _____court.
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28. Grass courts tend to favor what playing type?
29. What is the name of this line?
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30. The main disadvantage of a grass court is_____.
31. True or False - A band, often called the "net tape" must cover the net cord.
32. True or False - Clay courts tend to have relatively short points whereas grass courts tend to have longer points.
33. True or False - Clay courts are composed of varying material and vary in speed.
34. Most clay courts are not made of clay, but are made of_____.
35. Hard courts can vary in speed because_____.
36. True or False - The proper orientation for a tennis court is North/South as to avoid the glare of the rising and setting sun.
37. The predominate playing surface until the 1970's was_____?
38. A clay court tennis player will tend to play mostly?
39. The two shaded areas are called the _____ service boxes?
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40. True or False - Grass court surfaces tend to maintain there characteristics during a tournament.
41. 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.
42. The height of the net at the center of the court is_____feet?
43. The width of the court for doubles play is ____ feet wide?
44. The service boxes are _____ feet long?


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