London 2012 - Wheelchair Tennis - YouTube
Apr 4, 2012 ... Approximately 35 years after it was invented in the USA, Wheelchair Tennis remains one of the fastest-growing wheelchair sports in the world.
Wheelchair Tennis: Esther Vergeer vs. Jiske Griffioen - YouTube
Sep 14, 2008 ... Beijing 2008 Paralympics. Semifinal Women's tennis. All Dutch semifinal, Esther Vergeer vs Jiske Griffioen.
Real tennis
Real tennis – one of several games sometimes called "the sport of kings" – is the original racquet sport from which the modern game of lawn tennis (usually simply called tennis) is derived. ...
Soft Tennis
Soft tennis is a racket game played on a court of two halves, separated by a net. Like regular tennis, it is played by individuals (singles) or pairs (doubles), whose object is to hit the ball over th...
Wheelchair tennis
Wheelchair tennis is one of the forms of tennis adapted for those who have disabilities in their lower bodies. The size of courts, balls, and rackets are same, but there are two major differences fro...
Types of tennis match
Traditionally, tennis is played between two people in a singles match, or two pairs in a doubles match.
Singles involves two players competing against each other, usually two men or two women, alt...
Jeu de paume
Jeu de paume (English: "palm game") is a ball-and-court game that originated in France. It was an indoor precursor of tennis played without racquets, though these were eventually introduced. It is...
Australian Real Tennis Association
The Australian Real Tennis Association is the governing body for the sport of real tennis in Australia.
Tennikoit
Tennikoit, also called ring tennis or tenniquoits, is game played on a tennis-style court, with a circular rubber ring ("tennikoit", c.f. the game quoits) hurled over a net separating the two players,...
Wheelchair tennis classification
Wheelchair tennis classification is the classification system for wheelchair tennis designed to bring fair play for all competitors. Classification is overseen by the International Paralympic Committ...
Wheelchair Tennis Masters
The Wheelchair Tennis Masters for singles was initiated in 1994 for the players who have shown professionalism and dedication to the sport. This masters is also an opportunity to show the public and t...
Canadian doubles
Canadian doubles, also known as cutthroat tennis, is a method of playing tennis with three players. It pits two players against one player on the court at the same time. The only major rule variation ...
Tennis games
Tennis games are often used to help players of all abilities to practice the different strokes involved in tennis. The number of participants needed varies from as few as two players to as many playe...
Squash tennis
Squash tennis is an American variant of squash, but played with a ball and racquets that are closer to the equipment used for lawn tennis, and with somewhat different rules. For younger players the g...
Longue paume
Longue paume, or jue de longe paume, is an outdoor version of jeu de paume, an ancestor of modern lawn tennis. Hundreds of years ago it was quite popular, particularly in France. It was part of the ...
Jeu de paume at the 1908 Summer Olympics
Jeu de paume was an event contested at the 1908 Summer Olympics. This was the only Summer Olympic Games to contain this sport as a medal event. An outdoor version called longue paume was a demonstrati...
Deck tennis
Deck tennis is a sport that was played on the decks of passenger and cruise ships and is still practiced to a small extent. The sport is a hybrid between tennis and quoits, and is played with either ...
Platform tennis
Platform Tennis (often called "paddle", despite other sports with similar names) is a racquet sport derived from tennis, developed in 1928 in Scarsdale, New York by James Cogswell and Fessenden Blanch...
Frontenis
Frontenis is a sport that is played in a 30 meters pelota court using racquets (a tennis racquet or a similar frontenis racquet and rubber balls. It can be played in pairs or singles, but only pairs ...
Paddle tennis
Paddle tennis is a game adapted from tennis and played for over a century. Compared to tennis, the court is smaller and has no doubles lanes, and the net is lower. Paddle tennis is played with a solid...
Qianball
Qianball is a racket sport similar to tennis or squash. The game can be described as a mix between tennis and squash or as squash without walls. The game can be played by two or four players, or used ...
Touchtennis
touchtennis is a simplified alternative to the mainstream game 'tennis' which allows skillful play to flourish at the expense of the power-hitting. Played on a reduced size court with foam balls and s...