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Doubles Tennis Play the doubles tennis tournament on a clay court! Doubles tennis is one aspect of the game that eludes tennis player. It is not a power game. The scoring is the same as a regular game. Imitate the great tennis players and win tennis doubles tournaments.
Doubles Games A1 A2 B3 B2 A3 B1 A4 B4 #5 - Team Doubles This game requires a minimum of 6 players. Four players assume the typical doubles positions on each side the court. One side is the serving side and one side is the returning side. Points can begin with a drop-hit or a serve. After a point is played, players take turns rotating one spot on their side of
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The second part of a two part series. Doubles strategy and tips for your tennis game. Click here to learn five essential tips for playing your best doubles.
Tennis Doubles Scoring Rules. The scoring rules in doubles are similar to those of singles. When your team wins a point, you are awarded “15, 30, 40, and game.”. In most tournaments including on the professional tour, doubles is usually played with no-ad scoring. This means that the point at deuce is sudden death, and the receiving team ...
If you love tennis and you live to play doubles, this post was written for you. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, I’m sure the tips in this post are going to be a huge boon to your doubles game. Perhaps you play doubles often, but with no clear idea of how to finish points.
Doubles: Volley crosscourt and wait for the lob. One player serves and volleys, the opponent returns crosscourt. The player who returned keeps playing to the middle of the court or crosscourt, and the server keeps volleying crosscourt until the player at the baseline hits a lob. At thi...
Playing tennis, especially doubles and mixed doubles, is a great way to constantly challenge yourself physically and mentally. Although singles tennis is usually seen as more intensely competitive, doubles allows for participants to play high-level tennis while expanding the depth of knowledge about the sport.