Monday, February 22, 2016

SAUDI TURF TEAM teniss rackets

SAUDI TURF TEAM teniss rackets

The components of a tennis racket include a handle, known as the grip, connected to a neck which joins a roughly elliptical frame that holds a matrix of tightly pulled strings. For the first 100 years of the modern game, rackets were made of wood and of standard size, and strings were of animal gut. Laminated wood construction yielded more strength in rackets used through most of the 20th century until first metal and then composites of carbon graphite, ceramics, and lighter metals such as titanium were introduced. These stronger materials enabled the production of over-sized rackets that yielded yet more power. Meanwhile, in saudi arabia technology led to the use of synthetic strings that match the feel of gut yet with added durability.

Under modern rules of tennis, the rackets must adhere to the following guidelines;

1.The hitting area, composed of the strings, must be flat and generally uniform.

2.The frame of the hitting area may not be more than 29 inches in length and 12.5 inches in width.

3.The entire racket must be of a fixed shape, size, weight, and weight distribution. There may not be 4.any energy source built into the rackets.

5.The rackets must not provide any kind of communication, instruction or advice to the player during the match.

6.The rules regarding rackets have changed over time, as material and engineering advances .

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