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Tennis was believed to have originated in France during 12th century where a ball was struck with the palm of the hand. During that time, there was no racket available yet not until 16th century that rackets came into utilization. Tennis came from the French word tenez which means hold, receive or take. It was usually played indoors. During that time, Henry VII of England was the biggest fan of the game. The first tennis club was founded on Avenue Road, Leamington Spa in England, United Kingdom. The governing body for tennis is the International Tennis Federation.
Tennis is a very volatile sports. It’s usually unpredictable depending on the competitors entered in the draw. What makes it more exciting is that sometimes even the great competitors may choke under pressure. Their game may collapse and eventually face defeat. Tennis is also psychological. There are instances that some competitors may irritate their opponents. For an instance, the grunting issue for Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka. This grunt may distract their opponents and saw them being intimidated by their usual groundstrokes. Some players like Laura Siegemund projects ruthlessness as a dogged competitor. It lets her opponent distracted and nervous. The crowd may also be a factor in the outcome of the matches. Home court favorites may get more practice times as well as crowd favor during matches. I’m lucky that Leveriza Tennis Court is one of my home courts as I get a lot of support from the crowd and the members of the club. We are like a family here.
Currently, Leveriza Tennis Cup is still on going. I usually play well in this event for the last few years. It’s a hard court tournament with 32 size draw. Do you have any predictions on who will win the tournament? Who do you think will make the final? Check out The Tennis Foodie for updates.