A. just above the head
B. a little higher than the top of the racket when the arm is fully extended over the head
C. shoulder high
D. three feet above the extended left hand
A. neither foot
B. the back foot.
C. either foot.
D. the front foot.
A. either the right or left court, depending on where the last game ended
B. the right service court
C. behind the baseline, to the right of the center mark
D. behind the baseline in line with the left alley
A. let serve.
B. double fault.
C. foot fault
D. let ball.
A. He or she would repeat the first serve
B. It would be loss of point
C. He or she would only get a second serve
D. Nothing. He or she may swing any number of times as long as no contact is made
A. legal, ball in play
B. point for receiver
C. loss of point for server
D. legal, ball in play and points for receiver
D. any number
A. throwing the ball too far back, causing the server to bend back to hit the ball
B. throwing the ball too high, causing the timing of the swing to be off
C. throwing the ball too far to the left, causing the server to hit the ball overhead
D. throwing the ball too far forward, causing the server to reach for the ball
A. throwing the ball too far forward, causing the server to reach for the ball
B. throwing the ball too far back, causing the server to bend back to hit the ball
C. throwing the ball too high, causing the timing of the swing to be off
D. throwing the ball too far to the left, causing the server to hit the ball over head
B. continental and forehand.
A. after every game
B. after every set
C. after every point
D. after every match
A. uses more shoulder action.
B. uses wrist action
C. uses elbow action
D. should be short and shoulder high.
A. to return the ball high in the air over the opponent's head
B. to return the ball before it strikes the court
C. to return the ball on the first bounce
D. to return the ball so as to ensure winning the point
A. behind you and above the level at the net
B. in front of you
C. behind you and as high as possible
D. to the side, stretched to the right
A. at knee level.
B. at your opponent.
C. with a loose wrist.
D. with a firm wrist
A. 8-10' from the net
B. between the service line and the baseline
C. on the service line
D. behind the baseline
A. racket head at chest level, elbows in front of the body
B. racket head below the wrist
C. None of these
D. racket face points toward the ground
A. The follow-through is very short.
B. The ball is contacted in front of the body.
C. The backswing is very short.
D. All of these.
A. It is easier on your elbow
B. It gives the opponent less time to return the ball.
C. It is a stroke which provides plenty of force for execution
D. It has no follow-through
A. to gain time in order to return to a ready position
B. to give the player time to go to the net
C. All of these
D. to force the opponent from the net
A. close to the service line
B. to the opponent's backhand
C. just over the opponent's head
D. near the baseline
A. the racket head never moves.
B. the racket makes a full swing
C. the racket head should drop below the wrist
D. the racket head should be above the wrist
D. volley and overhead
C. double fault.