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  1. aurevesque
    October 22nd, 2009 04:21 PM
    aurevesque
    oh yeah. well it depends on how many courts are available. our school has 6 courst, which is alot. so we have all the singles games and teh two doubles.

  2. aurevesque
    October 22nd, 2009 04:17 PM
    aurevesque
    how many matches? during the tennis season, a lot.
    umm...i dont' really know what you mean.

  3. aurevesque
    October 22nd, 2009 04:14 PM
    aurevesque
    well, it's your choice. i wont' be mad if you pick volleyball over tennis. tennis involves speed and endurance. volleyball involves teamwork, and strong arms. those ball hurt!

  4. aurevesque
    October 22nd, 2009 04:04 PM
    aurevesque
    well, both are really fun! so what disuaded you?

  5. aurevesque
    October 22nd, 2009 02:50 PM
    aurevesque
    umm...if you're playing doubles and it goes between the two lines, it's in. If you're in singles it's out. if the oppponent hits it out, then it's your point. SO DONT' TRY AND SAVE IT IF IT GOES OUT!

  6. aurevesque
    October 18th, 2009 03:08 PM
    aurevesque
    the rules are easy enough, it's just the moves you need to work on...the endurance is definitely a plus. I can only play doubles because my endurance is down the drain.

  7. aurevesque
    October 18th, 2009 10:14 AM
    aurevesque
    just jv and varsity.
    you need a lot of endurance!

  8. aurevesque
    October 18th, 2009 09:56 AM
    aurevesque
    my bad.XD anyways, the first like 5 people play singles matches and then there are at least 4 people who play in doubles. the games are played in sets adn scored 15,30, 40, whoever goes over 40 wins the game. you need to win 6 games and be up by two games to win the set.
    yes, we have a bunch of mathces. someitmes 3 games a week. they usually last til like 8 or 9.

  9. aurevesque
    October 18th, 2009 09:51 AM
    aurevesque
    lots more! but that's all i can really think of so far. keep your serves inside the boxes, crosscourt,
    keep in side the outside lines during singles,
    get a hat or sunglasses...

  10. aurevesque
    October 18th, 2009 09:47 AM
    aurevesque
    okay. i'll try.
    1. team is made up from 1, the best to any amount. the first 8 or 10 are considered varsity.
    2. you can challenge others above you, to get their place
    3. sometimes, you can have a lineup for doubles matches
    4. there are many moves in tennis: the ground strokes : forearm, backarm,
    volleys: left and right
    serve
    and what i call a pointer. where if a ball is lobbed, you point your hand at it, then slam it.
    drop shot, if it lands next to the net, scoop it onto the other side.

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  • About Ru-Kun
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    Reading Manga, Watching Anime, Playing Video Games, listing to J-pop, soccer, drama club, Volleyball, Japanese Language
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