Welcome to tennis, one of the fastest-growing sports in the world! Though it was once considered only a high-society sport, it is now hugely popular internationally, even as a spectators’ sport. Tennis is a noncontact sport that uses a strung racquet (or racket) to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt. Two to four people can play simultaneously, and anyone who can hold a racquet can play, even those in a wheelchair. The sport appeals to all ages, skill levels, and to both men and women. Tennis is more than a game of power; it uses all of the energy systems. One of the ultimate thinking games, it is also a game of finesse, deception, and control. Whether you play singles or doubles, you can play tennis at a level to meet your individual needs and abilities for physical activity.
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