tennis, original name lawn tennis, game in which two opposing players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use tautly strung rackets to hit a ball of specified size, weight, and bounce over a net on a rectangular court. … The modern game of tennis is played by millions in clubs and on public courts.
Similarly, what is the adjective of tennis?
tennislike. Resembling the game of tennis or some aspect of it.
Thereof, is tennis a noun or adjective?
A sport played by either two or four players with strung racquets, a 2½” (6.4 cm) ball, and a net approximately 3 feet high on a clay, grass, or cement court.
Why do they say love in tennis?
In tennis, love is a word that represents a score of zero, and has been used as such since the late 1800s. It’s not perfectly clear how this usage of love came to be, but the most accepted theory is that those with zero points were still playing for the “love of the game” despite their losing score.
The only equipment you need to play a tennis match is a tennis racket, tennis shoes, a tennis ball, and a tennis court with a regulation net. Your racket head and grip should be the right size and weight for your skill level so you can wield it easily.
No, it’s a noun. It’s function is complement to the noun “coach”. When your English teacher says so, just believe what he says is right. Your question seems to be too basic for this community.
It can be. The word ”tennis” on its own functions as either an adjective or common noun.
professional tennis player, tennis pro – someone who earns a living playing or teaching tennis.
Elle joue au tennis. She plays tennis.