Win 6 games in a set without losing any
Serve an ace and leave your opponent in awe. Singles or Doubles
A challenge for those of us who have tennis lessons but have never taken the leap to playing a full tennis match. You don't need to win - just play and complete it.
End a tense and fiercely competive game by winning a tie break.
Show off your by varing your shot selection. The challenge is to pull off a winning tennis lob, you will need alot of top spin to complete this challenge.
Show off your consistence by not hitting a single double fault in a whole set of tennis.
A 20 strokes rally can be difficult enough on a whole court, but keeping the ball within the tramlines is a tough one! This challenge is for everyone, but requires a high level of accuracy and skill from both you and your partner to complete it– so choose w...
Get fit for the game you love, try this full body circuit workout! The aim is to get your heart rate up and improve your muscular endurance and strength, that will be reflected in your match performance... The aim is to complete this two lap circuit 2 times...
Serve up an ace on your second serve, and leave your opponent stunned at your awesome-ness.
Work on your serve into the corners of the service box - for this Challenge you will need 4 tennis ball tubes placed in the corners of the service boxes, then you must hit each tube with your serve, start on the right-hand-side and hit the 2 tubes diagonall...
What is considered to be one of the more difficult skills in tennis, to complete this challenge you have to master a kick serve, for those who do not know this is technically very different to a top spin serve!
Whether you play regularly with friends, colleges or attend a local social club weekly the challenge is to win 5 matches in a row _ best of three sets, against different players. You may need to brush up on your technique, improve that ground stroke or work...
The only way to improve your game is to play regularly. Consistency is really important in tennis and by playing three times a week or more you're sure to see improvement. Whether it's singles, doubles, a social game or competitive, it all counts!
This challenge is all about improving your service accuracy. When you're playing a game of tennis you want to switch up the direction of your service in order to keep your opponent guessing. Sometimes you're going to want to serve out wide and other times d...
Breaking your opponents serve is hard enough once, to complete this challenge you have to break your opponents serve twice.
Serve 4 aces in a row to win a doubles or singles game in tennis.
To attempt this challenge it has to be in a competitive game of tennis and not in practice. Rally with your opponent for more than 50 shots.
Win a set singles or doubles from 5-0 down
Try something new by switching the racket to your wrong hand in the middle of the point and completing a volley without your opponent realising, sneaky!