Tennis is a globally popular sport; it is played with a racket and a ball. The tennis singles games have two competitors while the doubles have four competitors. All tennis games are played in rectangular shaped tennis courts; usually a net is strung between the midpoints of the longer side of the court. Many tennis live tournaments are held in diverse parts of the world and tennis is ranked as one of the most popular spectator and participation sport in the world. The courts where tennis live tournaments are held vary in their make in different countries; the courts may be made up of grass, clay, wood, concrete, asphalt or artificial grass. The performance of world renowned champions has been known to be determined by the type of tennis court being used in a tennis live tournaments. Some players for instance may play very efficiently on grass courts as opposed to concrete courts.
Adrenaline is a hormone secreted by the adrenal gland in response to stress. It increases heart rate, opens up air passages, constricts blood vessels and stimulates our fight-or-flight response. In other words, it’s a bloody rush. The feeling one gets with a rush of adrenaline just can’t be duplicated. When one is near the edge, the mind is focused and clear and you’re living in the moment.
Adrenaline or extreme sports and activities give us that primal jolt that reminds us that we are alive. Feeling the g-forces in a turn while driving an exotic car or leaping out of a plane with a bit of cloth to ensure we don’t die are moments we don’t soon forget. How many utterly forgettable moments did you have today?