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College Soccer
College Tennis
The shot in which you hit the ball without letting it bounce is called what?
  1. Superspin
  2. Volley
  3. Volleyball
  4. Off-the-Bounce (OTB)
College Volleyball
College Tennis
What are the two components of anticipation?
  1. Problem and Solution
  2. Past and Future
  3. Prediction and Probability
  4. Time and Money
College Tennis
What are the five ways to break down your opponent?
  1. Speed, Agility, Strength, Power, Finesse
  2. Sight, Hearing, Smell, Taste, Touch
  3. Power, Consistency, Ball Movement, Taking the Ball Early, Depth
  4. Variety, Spin, Placement, Angles, Height
College Tennis
When should you do Dynamic Stretching?
  1. Before a workout
  2. After a workout
  3. During a workout
  4. During lunch
College Soccer
This sport was played during what original American holiday?
  1. Thanksgiving
  2. Christmas
  3. Independence Day
  4. New Year's
College Tennis
What should you always do before you return a serve?
  1. Stand close to the service line
  2. Stand outside of the doubles line
  3. Move your feet or do a strong split-step
  4. Perform dynamic stretching
College Tennis
College Tennis
Under Tennis Forms, what is a load?
  1. The posture in which a player is ready for the next shot
  2. The posture in which the player's tennis racquet meets the ball
  3. The posture that shows the player right after hitting a tennis ball
  4. The posture in which the player is about to hit a groundstroke
College Tennis
What are the three components of "Taking the Ball Early?"
  1. Hitting the ball Off-the-Bounce (OTB), Off-the-Peak (OTP), and Volleys
  2. Hitting the ball in the Center, Off-the-Center (OTC), and Off-the-Frame (OTF)
  3. Hitting the ball with Topspin, Slice, or Sidespin
  4. Hitting the ball Soft, Hard, and Medium
College Tennis
What are Balance Drills designed for?
  1. Quickness and Explosion
  2. Balance and Recovery
  3. Offense and Defense
  4. Baseline and Net
College Tennis
Doubles Drills are designed to
  1. help players with net play, reaction time, and shots usually found in doubles matches
  2. help players with groundstrokes, approach shots, and overheads
  3. help players with their mind and body
  4. help players become more quick and agile
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