winning opening

winning opening

n.
Any of three openings in court tennis into which a played ball may be hit, thus affording the player a point.

winning opening

n
(Tennis) real tennis the grille, dedans, or winning gallery, into which any shot played wins a point
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PESHAWAR -- Pakistan to a flying start after winning opening day matches in the 17th Asian Junior Squash Championship Malaysia, says a fax facsimile received here on Wednesday.
Ireland's confidence was soaring following a winning opening to the group last Thursday against Hungary but they were brought back to earth by a classy Turks.
The clash of old rivals Westgate Hoopstars and Newcastle East Griffins saw the Hoopstars make it a double winning opening start for their teams with a 23-6 victory.
In their winning opening heat the Great Britain eight smashed the course record by more than 16 seconds and the crew then qualified for the finals in third place behind Germany and Romania.
While the seniors are staring at a whitewash and a wooden spoon, ``Davey's Delights'' have tried to uphold Wales' reputation as a rugby nation by winning opening championship matches against Italy, England and Scotland.
Faisalabad-based Asif made a cracking start by winning opening frame which included a break of 75.
Spain, persistent World Cup finals underachievers, can clinch a place in the second if they build on their win over Slovenia which ended a 52-year run of not winning opening matches.