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Canadian doubles: A method of playing tennis where two players play against one player. The only major rule variation between Canadian doubles and traditional doubles tennis is that the team of two players can only hit the ball within the single player's singles lines. Canadian doubles is usually used strictly as a training method, usually working on accuracy and teamwork.[1] It is also used when one player is significantly better than the other two.

Filipino doubles: Another variation of Canadian doubles is known as Filipino doubles, in which three players oppose two.

Albino doubles: Further sub categories of doubles include albino doubles, which pits four players against three, with the first team to reach 11 games the winner.

Other training games: Another popular training variation has the one player team alternate between two players while the other player jumps rope to keep moving.

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References

  1. ^ Chicago Maroon | Men's tennis dominates Luther, falls to Bears

Canadian doubles: A method of playing tennis where two players play against one player. The only major rule variation between Canadian doubles and traditional doubles tennis is that the team of two players can only hit the ball within the single player's singles lines. Canadian doubles is usually used strictly as a training method, usually working on accuracy and teamwork.[1] It is also used when one player is significantly better than the other two.

See also

References

  1. ^ Chicago Maroon | Men's tennis dominates Luther, falls to Bears
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