Tennis (tennis) For the fans of the year, all four Grand Slams are the biggest events, which they wait for the whole year. The year begins with the Australian Open followed by the French Open. (French Open)Wimbledon and US Open are held. In India too, the fans of these Grand Slams of tennis wait very eagerly. Indian players have also won many victories in these Grand Slams, in which Sania Mirza (Sania Mirza)Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi.
In tennis, you must have seen many times such matches which lasted for more than five hours. There were no tie breaker rules in the first four Grand Slams but gradually changed. Except for the French Open, different rules of tie breaking were made in the other three Grand Slams, although now there is a big change in it.
What are the rules of tie breaker of Grand Slam
In March this year, the Grand Slam Board had told that now all four Grand Slams will have the same tiebreaker rules. This new rule will start from the French Open. This second Grand Slam of the year is to be played from 22 May. It is the only Grand Slam of the four Grange Slams to be played on clay courts. Tennis is played in sets. Here men’s matches are of five sets, where the winner of three sets is the winner, while in the women’s category, there are three sets. According to the new rule, when the score is tied with 6-6 in the final set, the match will continue after that. The player who scores 10 points first with a difference of two points is the winner.
The rules were different in the first four Grand Slams
The 10-point tiebreaker was already used in the Australian Open. At the same time, after the score of 12-12 in Wimbledon, there was a seven-point tribreaker. Talking about the US Open, there used to be a seven-point tiebreaker after a score of 6-6. Only the French Open did not use a tiebreaker with a fixed number of points in the deciding set. In such a situation, it will be the first time that the French Open will be played with a tie breaker. This plan has been approved by the Rules of the Tennis Committee governed by the International Tennis Federation. This will apply to qualifying in singles, men’s singles and doubles, women’s singles and doubles, wheelchair and junior events.