Tennis is a game of movement. Players need to be able to get an early start with an explosive first step. They need to respond to different sorts of shots, and move quickly while constantly changing direction.
Speed describes how fast a tennis player can get to the tennis ball. Agility represents the ability of the player to change direction quickly while maintaining good balance and body control without losing time in the transition.
In the game of tennis, players do not run longer than 40 feet without having to either stop, change direction, or change speed. The player that uses speed & agility more efficiently will be the player with the advantage on the court.
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