Babolat Pure Aero Tennis Backpack 2019

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The Difference Between: Hard, Clay and Grass Tennis Courts

🔔TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS TO NEVER MISS AN UPLOAD!🔔 - This is the difference between Hard, Clay and Grass courts, you can see why Djokovic is soo good on Hard, Nadal on Clay and Federer on Grass. Strange that Hard courts are faster these days than grass courts. My question is: it is the speed of the court that is slowed down or the technology of the racquets has become much better and the players are able to hit the ball much harder more easly? - Hard Courts Hard Courts are courts generally made from asphalt or concrete and are the most commonly available courts as they are easy to maintain. The Hard Court provides a surface where: 1. the ball travels at a speed slower than on Grass Courts but faster than Clay Courts; 2. the bounce of the ball is high due to the hard surface; and 3. the bounce of the ball is very predictable as the surface is very flat and easy to maintain. The Hard Court is generally considered by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) as a good surface for all types of players as it provides a good compromise between the Grass Courts and Clay Courts and is thus termed as a “Democratic Court”, which provides players favouring various styles of play, from the Serve and Volley player to a Baseliner, thus providing an even playing field. Despite the proclamation by the ITF, experts have express opinions that the Hard Courts favour players with a good serve as the surface is still considered generally fast and base line players (players who enjoy long rallies) as the bounce of the ball is high and predictable. - Grass Courts The Grass Court is normally associated with the prestigious Wimbledon Championships, which take place every July, a tournament which has been graced by the greatest names in tennis such as Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and John McEnroe. This surface is the fastest of all the tennis court surfaces due to its slippery surface. The ball has a lower bounce as the soil is softer than the materials used on the other types of tennis courts. The Grass Courts may also produce an unpredictable bounce to the ball due to the softer and slightly uneven surface of grass. Due to the characteristics of the Grass Courts, the ball moves at a faster pace with a lower bounce thus favouring players with a good serve and net players. -Clay Courts The deep red coloured Clay Courts are synonymous with the French Open Championships. These courts are considered the slowest surface in tennis as the Clay surface: 1. slows down the speed of the ball; 2. reduces the skid of the ball on the surface of the court; and 3. causes a high bounce of the ball. Due to the these characteristics, the Clay Courts reduces the speed of a ball which is hit by hard hitters as it slows down the speed of the ball, making it easier for an opponent to return the shot. This may explain why players such as Pete Sampras, who favours the serve and volley game, has never won the French Open Championship (the only Grand Slam played on a Clay Court) despite his dominance of the Grass and Hard Courts in the 1990s. Clay Courts are favoured by baseline players and players who generate heavy spins on their shots, example of such players are Michael Chang and Rafael Nadal who is often dubbed the King of Clay. ◆◇◈ SUPPORT THE FAM! ▶ Subscribe: https://goo.gl/DKfo4v 💬 Telegram: https://goo.gl/kyg8XX 👍 Facebook: https://goo.gl/L4e4fi 👥 Twitter: https://goo.gl/s9ScX9 ◆◇◈ 📧 Contact: valzzyy332@gmail.com

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Worst line calls and umpire decisions in Tennis

Many barbaric calls have been made by officials, umpires or referees in sports history and there are way too many who would deserve the cake. According to some the NBA has the worst officiating due to the nature of the sport. The NFL, NHL and MLB don't fall behind too much. In Tennis, before the implementation of the Hawk-Eye technology, the quality of officiating was subpar. John McEnroe often demanded umpires controlling his matches be removed, and he was mostly right. “There should be no umpires as well. That would maybe be a major innovation as well,” McEnroe said when asked what changes he’d like to introduce. Notes: - Serena Williams vs Jennifer Capriati, US Open 2004 quarterfinal: Three line calls went against Williams in the final set, and Auto-Ref system was being tested during the match. Though the calls were not reversed, there was one overrule of a clearly correct call and the chair umpire Mariana Alves, that the TV replay showed to be good. She was removed from consideration for further matches at that year's US Open. These errors prompted talks about line calling assistance especially as the Auto-Ref system was being tested by the US Open at that time and was shown to be very accurate. Officials from the United States Tennis Association apologized to Williams for the errors by the chair umpire Mariana Alves during the final set. - Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal, Miami 2005 Final: Nadal should've had 0-40 on Federer's serve, instead he went on to lose the game and eventually the match which was the second career head-to-head meeting between the great rivals. Nadal has played 5 Miami finals and is yet to win the title. - Jerzy Janowicz vs Denis Shapovalov, 2017 Guadalajara challenger semifinal: Janowicz recieved three code violations in 2 minutes. He lost the match after having a match point at 5-4 in the third set. - Olivier Rochus vs Igor Sijsling, Hertogenbosch 2012 second round: Atrocious decision by the chair umpire to replay the point because the linesman gave an "unsighted" signal. Sijsling lost the point but broke two points later with a forehand winner. - Robin Söderling vs Fernando González, Roland Garros 2009 semifinal: González wiped the mark in a classy manner in the important point of the fourth set. 2009 was the year which saw one of the biggest upsets in tennis history at the Roland Garros. Söderling won the semifinal match vs González in five sets but lost in the final to Roger Federer. - Andre Agassi vs Tommy Haas, Wimbledon 1998 second round: A forehand by Haas was ruled good, even though replays showed it was clearly out. "It was nearly six inches " Agassi protested. "It was out both ways. It was wide and it was long". "In 12 years, i've never seen it miss that much, " Agassi said to chair umpire Frame. The call gave Haas a 6-3 lead in a third set tiebreaker.

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