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1. Basically, a tennis racket is made up of three main components, the grip, shaft, and head. The strings or guts of the racket is made of either natural or synthetic materials. What animals' intestines are used to make natural guts?
2. There are two types of tennis balls, namely pressurized and non-pressurized. Pressurized tennis balls have hollow cores that are filled with what gas?
3. Generally, there are three types of tennis courts. They are clay courts, natural grass courts, and hard courts (includes synthetic grass courts). How do you describe the bounce of a tennis ball on a hard court?
4. Which of the following is not the name of lines found on a tennis court?
5. The four Grand Slam tournaments in the world of tennis refer to the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open. Which of these four tournaments has the longest history?
6. Which of the following statements is not true about the scoring in tennis?
7. The officials in a tennis match include a chair umpire, two net umpires, and also some line umpires. Which of the following is the duty of a chair umpire?
8. Player A leads player B in a set by 6-5. What would be the possible final scores for the set?
9. Under which of the following situations, will the word "let" not be called?
10. During a rally, player A hits the ball before the ball bounces on the court. What is the tennis terminology used to describe this shot?
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