Ball-Racket-Court

TENNIS BALL

Weight of the tennis ball: It should be between 56.70 - 58.47 gr. Diameter of the tennis ball: It should be between 6.35cm - 6.67cm. When the ball is dropped on a concrete floor from a height of 254cm, it should bounce to a height of 135cm and 147cm. Under a load of 8,165 kg, the inward deformation of the ball should be between 0.65 cm and 0.74 cm, and in the opposite direction, it should be between 0.89 cm and 1.08 cm. These figures are the average of the measurements obtained against the load applied to the three separate axes of the ball. The difference between two separate measurements should not be more than 0.8 cm each time.

RACKING SELECTION

Racket selection is the basis for learning the game of tennis quickly, effectively and accurately. When you decide to buy your first racket, you should definitely not buy cheap, common rackets. If you do this, you may have difficulties in learning the basic tennis hits and hitting effectively, and you may have to change your racket in the later stages. This will cost you time. Buying a quality racket suitable for you and using it for a long time will prevent your strokes from being bad and inefficient and will help you enjoy playing tennis. So, in choosing the most suitable tennis racket for yourself; We must take care that it is suitable for your hand and a quality racket. When you decide to buy a racket, you should determine your own playing style, level of acting, and speed of swinging the racket before paying attention to the features of the racket.

Tennis Racket Key features:

Head size: The large head of the racket allows you to hit the ball more powerfully, while the small head of the racket allows you to keep control. Particularly power-minded players should take head sizes between 100 ”and 125” as the basis. For an ideal racket combining power and control, a 100 ”head size will be appropriate. Head sizes between 85 ”and 98” will be appropriate in order to maintain control and control the racket and the ball. Length: The longer the racket's length, the larger the force arm, and consequently the stronger you hit the ball. A length of 27 ”-28” is ideal.

Weight: The weight of the racket is important in terms of both power and control; because it helps prevent vibration. The reason why professional players use extra heavy rackets; hitting the ball harder while not losing control. Many regular players also prefer smaller, larger rackets; thus their maneuverability increases. Usually long rackets are lighter to compensate for the heavy swing weight. While the definition of light racket is 278gr-306gr, heavy rackets range from 312 gr and above.

Spin weight: This is especially clear which racket is exactly right for you. It is the balance point of the racket from the tip of its flu. While the two rackets are exactly the same weight and balance, it may feel completely different to you. Some tolerances in the manufacturing conditions of the racket caused this. If you intend to buy 2 or more rackets that are exactly the same, make sure to try and evaluate the swing weights.

Grip size: Grip size refers to the thickness of the racket's sleeve. To find the right grip size, it will be enough to grab the racket in your hand. The area between the bottom of your thumb and your fingertips should be the thickness of your little finger. Is Power Or Control Better For You?

A person who is not very strong but who can swing the racket well should take the strength of the racket. If the person is strong and can swing the racket well, they should prefer a racket with less power but extra control. Control rackets are used to keep the ball inside the court.

I or O profile: The inside of the neck of the racket can be O profile, that is, round or I profile, that is, a hollow in the middle. I profile rackets are of lower quality and may appeal to beginners. All good quality graphite rackets already have O profile.

How to Choose the Right Racket? When you pick up a racket, you see values ​​like L4 or 4.½; these refer to the measure of the circumference from inches of the handle of that racket. If your racket has phrases such as L0-L1-L2-L3-L4-L5, it means that the racket is of Light Weight. For values ​​like L4, the lightweight design means a four-inch racket. Racket handle measurements in inches and centimeters and their equivalents are shown in the table below.

How to Find the Right Racket Handle (Grip) Size

Measure the distance from the ring finger of the hand on which you will use the racket to the middle of the palm with a ruler. This value is definitely the equivalent of your most suitable racket handle size. By comparing the value with the table above, you can get the most suitable racket in your hand.

When you try to play with a racket that may seem thick to you, you will have to spend a lot of effort to control the racket. A wrongly chosen racket will cause your fingers to get tired quickly as well as prevent you from making successful strokes. Again, attempting to play with a racket that may be too small for your hand will cause you to have difficulty controlling the racket and squeeze your hand to prevent the racket from rotating. This will increase the fatigue of your hand and fingers, as well as prevent you from making good strokes. Choosing the right racket is essential for good learning and good play.

TENNIS COURT

DIMENSIONS OF THE TENNIS COURT

a) Length of the Field: 23,77m

b) Width of Single Game Field: 8.23m

c) Width of the Double Play Field: 10.97m

d) Double Field Corridor: 1,37m

e) Distance of Service Line to Back Line: 5.49m

f) Distance of Service Line to Net: 6.40m

g) Net Height (in the middle): 0.91m

h) Single Game Field Net Length: 10.06m

i) Double Playground Net Length: 12.80m

j) Back Line Thickness: 10cm

k) Other Lines: 2.5 - 5cm

l) Band Thickness: 5 - 7.5cm

m) Net Iron Height: 106cm

n) Minimum Clearance Behind the Field: 6.40m

o) Minimum Clearance at the Sides of the Fields: International Clearance not less than 3.66m.

TYPES OF TENNIS COURTS

1) Soil Fields

) Asphalt Fields

3) Concrete Fields

4) Synthetic Fields

5) Grass Fields The fact that a tennis court is seated on an area of ​​40x20 meters = 800 meters ensures that it is in the most ideal shape with its shares outside the side and back lines. (36.57x18.27 square meters accepted for international tennis games)

1) Soil Fields: A) Natural red soil fields B) Mixed soil fields (antuka) There are many varieties of this. It is the most useful type that is red in color, dries quickly after rains, does not crack, is soft and does not dust. Antuka Field Types:

a) 70% red clay soil 30% fine sand

b) 80% red clay soil 20% fine sand

c) 60% red clay soil 30% tile or brick powder 10% fine sand

2) Asphalt Fields: It is divided into two as thick asphalt and thin asphalt types. It can get a nice appearance by applying paint on it.

3) Concrete Fields: They are of two types: normal concrete and tartan concrete (the type with water permeability). They get a beautiful appearance by being painted.

4) Synthetic Fields: They are made of various chemical compounds. Green - Set, Deca-turf, Lay kold and various tartan fields.

5) Grass Fields: These are fields made with a special grass seed of 1 cm length. Their numbers are very low as they are very difficult to maintain. For example, the American Open Tennis Tournament, held on grass fields in Foresthill, was replaced by synthetic courts in the late 1970s. Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, which is the biggest tournament of the grass fields and the world, still preserves its traditional grass court feature.