How Tennis is Played | Tennis Rules | Beginner

hello friends welcome to the school of

sports and this video I'll be explaining

all the rules of tennis I've been

playing tennis for 18 years it's my life

I'm so thankful to you for giving me

this wonderful opportunity to explain

you the rules of tennis let's get it

started by talking about formats of

tennis tennis can be played and singles

one versus one doubles two versus two

team event

which is a combination of singles and

doubles it's it can be for singles one

doubles or any combination then there's

a mixed doubles where a guy in the girl

players guy and the girl now let's talk

about tennis code tennis code there's a

net in between it which divides it into

two parts your area and your opponent's

area there's a baseline you need to hit

shot within the baselines there's a

service line you need to solve between

net and the service line there are

doubles line because this whole thing is

used when you play doubles and then

there are singles line because this is

the only area which is used when you

play tennis singles rest of the area's

ignored so we're going to talk about

tennis singles and then they will

extrapolate it to the doubles so let's

ignore rest of the area then you can see

there is a symptom mark what's the

purpose of center mark so let's just say

you're standing facing the net well

that's difficult to tell in this the

scenario so let's rotated you're facing

the net there's a center mark which

divides caught into right hand side and

left hand side every time you start a

game you'll be standing to the right

hand side of the center mark so you are

standing on the right hand side of the

center mark and your opponent is

standing on the other side every point

in tennis start with the surface so

you'd serve when you're serving you're

standing on the right hand side of the

center mark and behind the baseline so

this is the blue area in which you can

toss the ball and hit the ball once you

hit the ball it's first bounce should be

in this green area to have a good serve

and life give you one chance but tons

gives you two services you toss the ball

if it's bounce is not in the green area

you're for service fault and then you

get the second serve yeah if your second

serve is good

then you it's your opponent's turn to

hit the ball in such a way that the

balls bounces in this green area once he

has done that then it's your

responsibility to hit the ball in such a

way that the bounces in the green area

and this can go on forever so how do you

win the point well to win a point there

are four ways you hit a really good shot

that he's not able to reach there it's

called winner's shot or you hit a shot

that it has two bounces before he

returns it called double bounce third

option is you hit a shot and the hit

into the net and the fourth is most

common when you hit a shot and your

opponent hit it outside the playing area

so these are four ways in which you can

win a point now let's talk about scoring

and tennis like every other sport tennis

start with 0 0 but in tennis zero is

known as love so you say love all when

you win the first point it's called 15

when you win the second point it's 30

when you win the third point it's 40 and

if you win the fourth point that means

you won a game so you need four points

to win a game and then you need six

games to win a set and you need to win

two sets to win a match so you need to

win lot of points to win a match so get

ready for it now let's simulate a match

just to go through the scoring and where

you stand and how you serve so 0 0 if

you're watching tennis on the TV you

always see there's a blue blue pointing

thing or a ball or anything in front of

a player's name that signifies that that

player is serving since this is you and

you are serving there's a tennis ball in

front of you

tennis core is 0 0 call this love wall

now your opponent is standing there can

he stand anywhere yes he can stand

anywhere in this area but just think

about it your first bounce should be in

this green area so think about the

trajectory of your tennis ball that's

where your tennis ball can go and then

standing right in the middle of it so

that's a really good strategic position

if you are standing at p1 you need to

watch my video you cannot stand there

it's useless if you're standing p2 then

probably you'll have to hit the service

directly without a bounce and you cannot

do it you have to let the ball bounce

when you're receiving the serve so

that's violated

be three and four are okay but ap three

very close you'll have less time P four

very far ball might have two bounces

before it reaches you so P Phi is a good

position now let's start it you get to

sell first of all you have second serve

you hit the second serve good self hits

and good shot he walked that's a winner

shot he got the point his core becomes

fifteen and tennis whoever is serving

you call out he'll score first or her

score so it's love-15 after first point

first point you stand here so here

second point youth you switch side

remember you stand in the right hand

side of center mark now you come to the

left hand side and you have to solve in

the other side at the green box called

service area that's a good sir

you own the points the score becomes 15

odd that's an ace of aces very popular

if you solve and your opponent is not

able to touch the racket to the ball

that's called an ISO and you win a point

15 all good oh that's a letter so

basically what letters when you're

serving your ball hits the net and then

bounce in the service area then you

reserve it but if your serve hit the

lead and its first bouncing outside the

server area it's a fault so in this case

you get it for self again good so he

hits an outside shot you win the point

your score is 30 this is 15 30 15 next


good stuff into the net you've got the

point one more forty fifteen

oh that's in fall so you get a second so

he hits an outside shot and you want

again remember you win a four point you

win a game now that you've won a game

your game score becomes zero zero but

that counts towards your set score so

your set score becomes one zero

now you need to win five more games to

win a set that's how it works four

points to win a game six games to win

the set and two sets to win a match

that's about tennis now let's talk about

doubles what what how different doubles

is then singles and doubles for players

this is you your team it your opponent

won and open in two just like in singles

you stand to the right hand side of

center mark for the first point

just from this blue area you serve in

the green area but because it's doubles

you get an extra area so you can stand

anywhere in this blue area and you have

to serve in the green area you hit a

good serve you want the first point just

like in singles you come from that side

to this side but now since all one is

receiving this service block Oh - we'll

go back and receive in this service

block so OH - goes back and get ready to

receive the serve or one comes back your

teammates stand there because that's a

good strategic position I'll talk about

strategy in other videos we don't have

much time here so in second point you

stand here and you need to serve in this

green block once the point is done you

go back and then you need to serve in

this area and that's it thank you so

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