Tennis – 2016 Rio Olympics

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Updated: June 14, 2016

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Tennis is a rise in European sport, created in the late nineteenth century which consists of a match played between two players, party called “individual”, as you can play with the form of two against two, which it is called “sobles”. Throughout its history, the court has only been a regular on the Olympic program since 1988, and yet be in the spotlight at the London Games, both its headquarters and by its protagonists. The venerable All England Croquet Club Lawn and will host the Games less than a month after Wimbledon crown a new champion. Many of the biggest stars of the sport are ready to compete in search of glory in the Grand Slam with Olympic gold in an edition that will debut in the mixed doubles. To make tennis sport must have a racket which serves to hit the ball Regulatory used in these games. Tennis sport is very popular worldwide, and matches between top players are frequented by fans, because this matches usually are played full stadium.

The first “tour” of tennis, was organised over 80 years ago, specifically in 1926, and from this event is that tennis is considered as a professional sport. Because of its popularity is also considered as oímpico sport, this from the games played in Seoul in 1988.

Tennis sport requires great physical endurance, because the parties do not have a set time for your term, ie, may end after a long time, as also last less than an hour. The court also provides a great technique because it can not only hit the ball, but can also be added to the service, an effect so that the ball acquires a curve in the air. As shock, they are varied the names of these, and within known are: Right, Backhand, Forehand, Left, left Contra, Remate, and Gran Willy, the latter used in situations where no other option, named as a credit to its inventor (Guillermo Vilas).

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Tennis - 2016 Rio Olympics
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Tennis is a rise in European sport, created in the late nineteenth century which consists of a match played between two players, party called "individual",
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