Women's Tournament Structure Premier Events Premier Events for Women constitute the most prestigious level of events on the Women es Tennis Association Tour after the Grand Slam tournaments. Players Professional tennis players enjoy the same relative benefits as most top sports personalities: clothing, equipment and recommendations. Daily Serve: Djokovic wins instant classic against Federer to keep Wimbledon title After the Serb has previously saved two championship points, the Serb wins the first Wimbledon match in men's singles, which was decided by a tiebreak by tennis in the final set. When an opponent is deep in his yard, a player can suddenly use an unexpected drop shot by gently tapping the ball over the net so that the opponent can't run fast enough to find it again. In the event of a rain delay, darkness or other external conditions that stop the game, the game will continue playwise at a later time with the same score as at the time of the delay and the players at the same end of the course if rain stopped, or at the same position (north or south), when the game is resumed in another place. However, if the rag is not hit deep enough into the other court, an opponent near the net can then hit an overhead smash, a hard, serving shot to try to finish the point. The continuity of the state of the balls is considered part of the game, so if reheating is required after a longer break in the game (usually due to rain), then the re-warm-up is carried out with a separate set of balls, and the use of the match balls is resumed only when the game is resumed. Traditionally white, the predominant color was gradually changed to optical yellow in the second half of the 20th century to provide better visibility. Shots A competent tennis player has eight basic shots in the repertoire: Serve, Forehand, Backhand, Volley, Half Volley, Overhead Smash, Drop Shot and Praise. On the professional track, men play best of five set matches in all four Grand Slam tournaments, Davis Cup and the final of the Olympic Games and Best of Three Set matches in all other tournaments, while women play best of three set matches in all tournaments. During informal games, “advantage” can also be called “ad in” or “van in” if the serving player is ahead, and “ad out” or “van out” if the receiving player is ahead. “Australian Doubles”, another informal and non-sanctioned form of tennis, is played with rules similar to the Canadian double style, only in this version players turn the place position after each game. Successful execution of one of these alternatives requires balance and timing, with less margin of error than the lower contact point backhands, since this shot is a break in the regular game pattern. The referee may be assisted by line judges who determine whether the ball has landed within the required part of the course and who also call foot defects. However, if the referee is on the court during the match, the referee may override the referee's decision (this would only happen in Davis Cup or Fed Cup games, not on The World Group if a chair umpire from a non-neutral country sits on the chair). Fast4Fast4 is a shortened format that offers a “fast” alternative, with four points, four games and four rules: there are no advantage points, lets are played, tiebreakers apply to three games all and the first to four games wins the set. 6m spectators When the crowd “Roger” scans, I hear “Novak”, says Djokovic Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic said that an almost five-hour final against Roger Federer was his “mentally demanding” match. Otherwise, breaks are allowed only if they are forced by events that are outside the control of players, such as rain, damaged footwear, damaged racket or the need to pick up a faulty ball. As courtesy to the receiver, the server will often signal to the receiver before the first service of the game, in which new balls are used as a reminder that they are using new balls. Special point terms Game point A game point occurs in tennis when the player who is at the top of the game only needs one point to win the game. Backhand For right-handers, the backhand is a blow that starts on the left side of her body, proceeds over her body while making contact with the ball.