Tennis: History| Rules| Rankings| Results| Tennis 2019 News

Tennis is a racket game that can be played individually between a single rival (single) or two teams of two players (each doubles). Each player uses a tennis racket, which is hit with a cord to cover a hollow rubber ball on a net or above the opponent’s court. Today we will discuss about Tennis: History| Rules| Rankings| Results| Tennis 2019 News

Tennis: History| Rules| Rankings| Results| Tennis 2019 News

Tennis: History| Rules| Rankings| Results| Tennis 2019 News

First playedBetween 1859 and 1865, Birmingham, England
Characteristics
ContactNo
Team membersSingles or doubles
Mixed genderYes, separate tours & mixed doubles
TypeOutdoor or indoor
EquipmentTennis ball, tennis racket
Venuetennis court
GlossaryGlossary of tennis
Presence
Country or regionWorldwide
Olympicpart of Summer Olympic programme from 1896 to 1924
Demonstration sport in the 1968 and 1984 Summer Olympics
Part of Summer Olympic programme since 1988
Paralympicpart of Summer Paralympic programme since 1992

History

  • There has been much debate on the invention of modern tennis, but in 1973, it was introduced in the officially recognized centenary year of the game, Major Walter Clopton Wingfield in 1873.
  • He published the first book of the rules that year and took a patent on his game.
  • In 1874, however, historians have concluded that similar games were played first and the first tennis club was founded by Englishman Harry Jem and in 1872 Limington had many collaborators.
  • Wingfield’s court hour was of size and it could develop from badminton.
  • The shape of the clutches, which Wingfield wrote in his booklet “Sparististic, or Lawn Tennis”, can be adopted for patent reasons because it has separated the court from ordinary rectangular courts.
  • At that time, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) was the governing body of the real tennis, whose rules were recently revised.
  • After JM Heathcote, a typical real tennis player developed a better rubber ball of rubber covered with a white flannel, in 1875, MCC established a new, standardized set of rules for tennis.
  • Meanwhile, the game was spread in the United States in the 1870s. Mary Outerbridge of New York has been credited with bringing a set of rackets and balls to the director of her brother, Staten Island Cricket and Baseball Club.
  • But research has shown that William Appleton of Massachusetts may have the first lawn tennis set owned by Nahan and his friends James Dwight and Fred R. Sears have made the game popular.
  • An important milestone in the history of tennis was the decision of All England Crockett Club to separate a lawn for tennis in Wimbledon, which soon proved to be so popular that the club named its name All England Crockett and Lawn Tennis Club Changed in In 1877 the club decided to organize a tennis championship, and one of three championships subcommittee was appointed.
  • It decided the 27-feet (8.2 meters) wide 78-feet (23.8 meters) rectangular court. They adapted the standard tennis system of scoring – 15, 30, 40, games – and allowed the server to make a mistake (i.e., two occasions for giving a proper service at each point).
  • These major decisions are part of modern rules. Twenty-two entries were received, and the winner of the Wimbledon championship was Spencer Gore.
  • Scottish championship was held in 1878, followed by the Irish Championships in 1879.
  • The first French championship was held in 1891 in the Stade Frank, but it was an interconnected tournament that did not truly become international in 1925; The French Federation of Lawn Tennis was founded in 1920.
  • Other national championships were inaugurated in Canada (1890), South Africa (1891), Spain (1910), Denmark (1921), Egypt (1925), Italy (1930) and Sweden (1936).
  • In 1884, a women’s championship was started at Wimbledon, and the women’s national championship began in the United States from 1887.

Rules

Tennis: History| Rules| Rankings| Results| Tennis 2019 News

  1. To continue a ball, it must descend within the boundary to play; If a player kills a ball outside the boundary, then it is a loss of point for it.
  2. Players / teams can not touch the net or posts or cross the opponent’s side.
  3. Players / teams can not take the ball or catch the racket.
  4. The player can not kill the ball twice
    Players must wait until the ball passes to the net before they can return it.
  5. A player who jumps twice, If the ball kills the players or touches, then it is counted as a penalty.
  6. If the racket leaves the hand or verbally abuse, then a penalty is given.
  7. Any ball that bounces on the boundary line is considered to be good.
  8. All players should bounce before the player can get it back.

Rankings

RANKPREV
RANK
PLAYERRANKING
POINTS
11NOVAK DJOKOVIC12,715
22RAFAEL NADAL7,945
33ROGER FEDERER6,420
44DOMINIC THIEM4,685
55ALEXANDER ZVEREV4,360
66STEFANOS TSITSIPAS4,215
77KEI NISHIKORI4,040
88KEVIN ANDERSON3,565
99KAREN KHACHANOV2,980
1010FABIO FOGNINI2,785
1111JOHN ISNER2,715
1212JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO2,695
1313DANIIL MEDVEDEV2,625
1414BORNA CORIC2,615
1515MARIN CILIC2,395
1616GAEL MONFILS2,055
1717NIKOLOZ BASILASHVILI1,970
1818MILOS RAONIC1,900
1919STAN WAWRINKA1,715
2020ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT1,690
2121FELIX AUGER-ALIASSIME1,522
2230MATTEO BERRETTINI1,505
2323DIEGO SCHWARTZMAN1,440
2422GUIDO PELLA1,430
2525DENIS SHAPOVALOV1,390
2624ALEX DE MINAUR1,330
2727LASLO DJERE1,329
2828BENOIT PAIRE1,303
2926LUCAS POUILLE1,295
3029KYLE EDMUND1,280
3131DUSAN LAJOVIC1,271
3232CRISTIAN GARIN1,268
3333DAVID GOFFIN1,255
3444ADRIAN MANNARINO1,241
3538JAN-LENNARD STRUFF1,240
3635FRANCES TIAFOE1,230
3734FERNANDO VERDASCO1,210
3837GILLES SIMON1,190
3936NICK KYRGIOS1,180
4039MARCO CECCHINATO1,130
4140RADU ALBOT1,101
4241TAYLOR FRITZ1,090
4345PIERRE-HUGUES HERBERT1,008
4443PABLO CUEVAS1,003
4546GRIGOR DIMITROV997
4662JORDAN THOMPSON967
4747MIKHAIL KUKUSHKIN955
4848LEONARDO MAYER940
4950CAMERON NORRIE940
5051PHILIPP KOHLSCHREIBER930
5152MARTON FUCSOVICS930
5253FILIP KRAJINOVIC928
5442RICHARD GASQUET920
5560NICOLAS JARRY900
5655MARTIN KLIZAN895
5756JOHN MILLMAN875
5857PABLO CARRENO BUSTA860
5958JUAN IGNACIO LONDERO859
6059CASPER RUUD858
6161REILLY OPELKA855
6263DAMIR DZUMHUR833
6370DANIEL EVANS818
6549JEREMY CHARDY810
6667ROBIN HAASE781
6768YOSHIHITO NISHIOKA776
6869SAM QUERREY770
6972ANDREAS SEPPI770
7065MACKENZIE MCDONALD761
7171JOAO SOUSA750
7273ROBERTO CARBALLES BAENA742
7375RICHARD BERANKIS734
7476LORENZO SONEGO732
7577FEDERICO DELBONIS731
7678STEVE JOHNSON725
7779JO-WILFRIED TSONGA725
7882PABLO ANDUJAR702
7984DENIS KUDLA700
8066MATTHEW EBDEN696
8181ANDREY RUBLEV696
8283MIOMIR KECMANOVIC671
8386IVO KARLOVIC669
8480MARIUS COPIL667
8585ALEXANDER BUBLIK662
86102CORENTIN MOUTET660
8787LLOYD HARRIS652
8874JAUME MUNAR630
8989BRADLEY KLAHN628
9090ERNESTS GULBIS617
9192TENNYS SANDGREN599
9293ALJAZ BEDENE595
9394HENRI LAAKSONEN593
9495HUGO DELLIEN593
9591PRAJNESH GUNNESWARAN591
9697PAOLO LORENZI572
9799YANNICK MADEN570
98101ALBERT RAMOS-VINOLAS560
99104THOMAS FABBIANO557
10098MALEK JAZIRI557
10288BERNARD TOMIC548
103112STEFANO TRAVAGLIA543
104109THIAGO MONTEIRO536
10596DENIS ISTOMIN535
106107JIRI VESELY528
107110TARO DANIEL524
108100TOMAS BERDYCH520
109106BRAYDEN SCHNUR520
110105MARCEL GRANOLLERS518
112111GUIDO ANDREOZZI512
113108FELICIANO LOPEZ507
114115KAMIL MAJCHRZAK486
115116GREGOIRE BARRERE484
116117JASON JUNG482
117113DENNIS NOVAK478
118119MATTHIAS BACHINGER476
119114MISCHA ZVEREV470
120140ELIAS YMER466
121120PETER GOJOWCZYK465
122124PEDRO SOUSA463
123121SERGIY STAKHOVSKY461
124122SALVATORE CARUSO458
125123MIKAEL YMER453
126154ANDREJ MARTIN449
128127RYAN HARRISON445
129128GIANLUCA MAGER444
130148EVGENY DONSKOY442
131133SOON WOO KWON437
132132OSCAR OTTE427
134134DAVID FERRER425
135136BJORN FRATANGELO423
136130FACUNDO BAGNIS423
137141LUKAS ROSOL423
138138TOMMY PAUL422
139137MARCOS BAGHDATIS420
140131PETER POLANSKY414
141144LORENZO GIUSTINO409
142145SEBASTIAN OFNER407
143139LUKAS LACKO406
144125ILYA IVASHKA404
145142JOZEF KOVALIK403
146143MICHAEL MMOH401
147135ALEX BOLT392
148146NIKOLA MILOJEVIC386
150150ADRIAN MENENDEZ-MACEIRAS379
151155JAMES DUCKWORTH374
153170DUSTIN BROWN370
154153GUILLERMO GARCIA-LOPEZ369
155147RAMKUMAR RAMANATHAN364
156157HYEON CHUNG360
157156EGOR GERASIMOV360
158164DUDI SELA358
159158TATSUMA ITO357
160159QUENTIN HALYS354
162152ALESSANDRO GIANNESSI348
163161MARCO TRUNGELLITI343
165166KIMMER COPPEJANS339
166163JOAO DOMINGUES331
168168JASON KUBLER314
169191GO SOEDA312
171171JACK SOCK310
173165MAXIMILIAN MARTERER303
174169BLAZ ROLA303
175185RUBEN BEMELMANS301
176173NOAH RUBIN301
177178STEFANO NAPOLITANO294
178184YASUTAKA UCHIYAMA292
179201FEDERICO CORIA292
180175DARIAN KING291
181167ENRIQUE LOPEZ PEREZ291
182177CARLOS BERLOCQ289
183179ARTHUR DE GREEF289
184188EMILIO GOMEZ286
185180SIMONE BOLELLI281
186176MITCHELL KRUEGER281
187182VASEK POSPISIL279
188183THANASI KOKKINAKIS278
189181MARC POLMANS278
190195DANIEL BRANDS275
191189NICOLAS MAHUT272
192196MAXIME JANVIER271
193193VIKTOR TROICKI270
194194ALEKSANDR NEDOVYESOV270
195202FACUNDO ARGUELLO269
198205VIKTOR GALOVIC265
199198DONALD YOUNG264
200210FEDERICO GAIO264

Results

Tennis: History| Rules| Rankings| Results| Tennis 2019 News

French Open – Women’s Doubles

SUNDAY 9TH JUNE 2019

WOMEN’S DOUBLES – FINAL

Timea Babos (Hun) & Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) beat Yingying Duan (Chn) & Saisai Zheng (Chn) 6-2 6-3

FRIDAY 7TH JUNE 2019

WOMEN’S DOUBLES – SEMI-FINAL

Timea Babos (Hun) & Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) beat Elise Mertens (Bel) & Aryna Sabalenka (Blr) 6-2 6-1

WOMEN’S DOUBLES – SEMI-FINAL

Men’s Tennis

QUARTERFINALS

Fri Jun 21, 2019

UPCOMING – 7:00a
 Diego Schwartzman
 Daniil Medvedev (4)
UPCOMING – 8:00a
 Nicolas Mahut
 Gilles Simon
UPCOMING – 8:20a
 Felix Auger Aliassime (8)
 Stefanos Tsitsipas (1)
UPCOMING – 9:40a
 Feliciano Lopez Diaz-Guerra
 Milos Raonic (6)

FOURTH ROUND

Fri Jun 21, 2019

FINAL
 Feliciano Lopez Diaz-Guerra
 Juan Martin Del Potro (3)

Thu Jun 20, 2019

FINAL12
 Marin Cilic (5)
44

 Diego Schwartzman

66
FINAL123
 Kevin Anderson (2)
164

 Gilles Simon

646
FINAL123

 Nicolas Mahut

377
 Stan Wawrinka (7)
652
FINAL123
 Lucas Pouille
974

 Daniil Medvedev (4)

1156
FINAL12
 Aljaz Bedene
33

 Milos Raonic (6)

67
FINAL123
 Jeremy Chardy
664

 Stefanos Tsitsipas (1)

477
FINAL123
 Nick Kyrgios
735

 Felix Auger Aliassime (8)

477

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Tennis 2019 News

Looking for Federer il Goldilocks forhands in halle

The nine-time champion said to find a range on the grass after the initial victory
Roger Federer often makes tennis easy.

Looking for Federer il Goldilocks forhands in halle

  • But even the Swiss star found himself in the position of ‘The Goldilocks’ during the 7-6 (1), 6-3 victory against John Millman in the first round of NOVENTI OPEN on Tuesday.
  • “I know there were a lot of errors. Federer said, “I’ve got the right kind of power on the forehand.” “Not very soft, not very rigid. I had to find a middle path “
  • During his first match of the grass-court season, Federer made an unrecoverable number of unrecoverable errors from the forehand wing.
  • And 37-year-old knows that when he was competing on the soil, he would need to make adjustments for a relatively low bounce on this surface.
  • “I was looking for it in Paris compared to [different balls] in the last few weeks,” Federer said.
  • “The grass plays differently, how much I need to spin on the ball, how much do I need to make the ball flat.
  • So I often used to play a little bit on the aggressive side in the beginning because I always knew that I could pull a little back.
  • So definitely the shot can only be better. It can not be bad There is a level that I think is on my forehead. “
  • To be fair to the nine-time Haley Champion, he did not perform poorly against Millman, who had defeated him at the US Open last year.
  • Federer won 90 percent of his first-serve points (38/42) and saved the only break point.
  • In the first set tie-break, top seed dropped just one point to handle the match.
  • “There were definitely some good moments,” said Federer. “Everything from the baseline is getting better just here. So I’m sure there. “
  • Gras-Court season is different from last few years, which is for Federer, who competed with Mercedes since 2016-18, because he did not play Roland Garros.
  • But after returning to the soil for the first time since 2016, Federer is playing a little different program on the grass.
  • “This is my first match on grass. It always used to be in Hal in my first round. It was like the past days.
  • I always think that in any way you are a good way because the next match will always be different or better.
  • And all those things will feel, “Federer said. “Apart from this, I feel that this fact of John was beaten in the US Open, I knew it was going to be difficult, so thankfully I was not very nervous.”
  • Federer now has a record of 64-7 in Halle, and he will try to reach his 17th quarter-finals in the ATP 500 tournament when he faces the former world No. 5 Joe-Wilfried Tsonga.
  • French has won its last two FedEx ATP Head 2 Head Meetings in 2016 Monte-Carlo and 2014 Canada.

But Federer went ahead with his rivalry 11-6, and he never failed to advance to the event in the last eight.

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