What Gamestyle Do I Play?!

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What Gamestyle Do I Play?! - Quiz

In tennis, a gamestyle is how you like to play on the court! The ways in which you attack, rally or defend is based on what you like doing on the court, and what you don't like to do!
Finding out which gamestyle you are will help you organise what priority areas you'd like to practice as well as giving you a base of tactics to try during matches! In this quiz, you will find out which pro tennis players are the same, giving you a role model of how to compete within your gamestyle and how this can work at Read morethe top level of tennis!
All of the questions will give you points towards being matched at the end of the quiz with a male/female player on the tour. Most questions will match your tennis with theirs, however, watch out for questions that are about your personality, some players are better behaved than others. . .


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Firstly, let's get you in the right competitions... Do you compete on the WTA or ATP Tour?

    • A.

      Association of Tennis Professionals - Male

    • B.

      Womens Tennis Associate (WTA) - Female

  • 2. 

    Your season has gone well and you're at match point in the Wimbledon Final, your chance to take home the title! It's your first serve, what do you aim to do?

    • A.

      Hit it as hard as I can! 

    • B.

      Hit the serve wide to move my opponent to a bad court position so I have space to attack next time

    • C.

      Make sure the serve goes in

    • D.

      Hit a very spinny serve to trick my opponent

  • 3. 

    Oh no, the return comes back just past the service line! It's a chance to take control of the point, do you...

    • A.

      Hit it as hard as you can knowing the opponent won't get to it if it goes in

    • B.

      Hit the ball into the space to keep my opponent off balance

    • C.

      Make sure I hit it in, I can run faster and longer than my opponent so I'll win the point

    • D.

      Confuse the opponent by playing it back to the space they've ran from

  • 4. 

    It's time to organise your competition calendar, which two surfaces are you going to base your season around?

    • A.

      Grass - I like the fast surfaces and I'll take my chances with the unpredictable bounces

    • B.

      Clay - the slow, high bouncing courts are my favourite

    • C.

      Outdoor Hard - I like the slow courts, but no high bounces thank you

    • D.

      Indoor Hard - fast courts with true bounces

  • 5. 

    Now that you've sorted the schedule, what will it be for the pre-match meal? Asks your travelling chef...

    • A.

      Pasta

    • B.

      Anything gluten free

    • C.

      Seafood Paella

    • D.

      Chicken and rice

    • E.

      Mum's homemade chicken curry

    • F.

      Keep it simple, meat and veg

    • G.

      Italian

  • 6. 

    Your coach is building tactics for the upcoming season, what would you say is a strength to build around? Hint: you can pick more than one here!

    • A.

      Forehand

    • B.

      Backhand

    • C.

      Returns

    • D.

      Serve

    • E.

      Volley

    • F.

      Slice

  • 7. 

    Next, it's time to hit the training court, what aspect of your game needs improving the most? Again, select more than one if you want!

    • A.

      I need to work on my forehand attack, ditacting play from the middle of the court

    • B.

      My priority would be to improve my fitness so I can outlast any player

    • C.

      I can't quite control my serve to win easy points

    • D.

      I struggle to keep my emotions in check, reacting postively is the key for me

    • E.

      I find it hard to break people's rhythm and would like to develop a change of pace

  • 8. 

    During your training block, you have media interviews scheduled. The press has let you choose the topic to promote, what do you pick to talk about?

    • A.

      Your tennis and your plans for this year

    • B.

      Your new clothing line

    • C.

      Decline the interview as you are with your family

    • D.

      Promote your charity work

    • E.

      Discuss your new academy

  • 9. 

    During your first tournament of the season, an umpire rules against you. What do you do?

    • A.

      Disagree with the decision but wait until the change of ends to discuss it

    • B.

      Have an immediate discussion with the umpire, breaking up the play

    • C.

      Ask your opponent what they thought

    • D.

      Take your time and get your head back on the tennis

  • 10. 

    Congratulations, you've managed to win Wimbledon! You only have time to thank one of these in your speech, who do you pick?

    • A.

      My coach

    • B.

      My family

    • C.

      The crowd

    • D.

      The sponsors

    • E.

      My partner

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