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Individual Games and Sports II NCERT Solutions - Health and Physical Education for Grade 10

Q.1. What are the types of events in Badminton?

The types of events played in Badminton are :-
(i) Singles Mens and Womens
(ii) Doubles Mens and Womens
(iii) Mixed Doubles (combination of one Man and Woman)
(iv) Teams Event (Men, Women Mixed)


Q.2. Which motor skill do you enjoy the most and why during a game of badminton? 

The motor skill that I like and enjoyed the most during the game of badminton is Fore hand grip , its detail is explained below :-
(i) Its hold in a such a way, that the player should be able to hit the frontier part of the body and head around
(ii) The player holds the racket head towards the non – playing hand, and keeps its handling towards the body. The racket is faced in a perpendicular to the
(iii) The payer holds the racket in the v shape that is between the thumb and index finger.
(iv) For the flexibility of the racket, it is holded loosely in thee) the grip is shortened if the hitting is from the fore court or mid court to increase the control and flexibility while


Q.3. Explain the badminton technique you like the most. Why?

The badminton technique that I like the most is:
Service: Service is the important part in the badminton which every learner had to learn it before playing badminton. There are three types of services to be done as high, low and flat. While doing the service high, we have to keep this three points in minds those are:
(i) Stance: To do a high service, the player who is doing service is expected to keep a distance of 2 feet from the small/ short line and six inches from the center
The player should stand in such a way that the player must stand in a position that he should not touch the center line, as it may result/ announced as touch fault/foul. He should stand at ease/comfortably with two feet’s spread apart, and parallel to each other. The position of the body while doing service should more on back foot.
(ii) Point of contact: As the player starts to hit the shuttle with the racket slowly (service), the weight of the body is slowly shifted from the back foot to the front foot. As the player hits the shuttle with the racket high again he has to come back to the baseline. The player should make sure the point of contact is below the waist.
(iii) Follow-through: Once the service is dine, the player starts to move the racket right across the left shoulder (or right shoulder) in case if the player is lefty (left handed). Such technique/method is called a follow-through.


Q.4. Fill in the blanks:
(i) Measurement of Badminton court for singles is ____.

Measurement of Badminton court for singles is 5.18 m.

(ii) Height of the poles from the floor is __________.

Height of the poles from the floor is 1.55 meters (5ft 1in).

(iii) Weight of the shuttle cock is ___________.

Weight of the shuttle cock is 4.70 grams or 5.50 grams.

(iv) Number of feathers in a shuttle cock are _____.

Number of feathers in a shuttle cock are 16.


Q.5. State whether True or False:
(i) Four players are required to start a game.

True

(ii) International Badminton Federation was founded in 1934.

True

(iii) Player can leave the court at anytime.

False

(iv) Breadth of a Badminton net is 2’6”.

False


Q.6. What is the difference between gymnastics events for men and women?

In gymnastics the events for men means the (six) games/events that is only played by men whereas the events for women means the (four) events only played by women. The events played by men and women are as follow/categorized :-
Events for men: Floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings/roman rings, vaulting table, parallel bars, and horizontal
Events for women: Floor exercise, vaulting table, uneven bars, balancing


Q.7. Fill in the Blanks
(i) Rhythmic Gymnastics was included in Olympic games in ____ in __________

Rhythmic Gymnastics was included in Olympic games in 1984 at Summer Olympics, Los Angeles

(ii) Measurement of floor for floor exercises is ______ meters

Measurement of floor for floor exercises is 12 x 12 meters

(iii) Length of balancing beam is _____

Length of balancing beam is 5 meters (16.4 feet)

(iv) Gymnastic team consists of _____ players

Gymnastic team consists of four players


Q.8. State whether True or False:
(i) Uneven bar is a men’s event.  

False

(ii) Balancing beam is a women’s event. 

True

(iii) Pommel horse is a men’s event.  

True

(iv) Parallel bar is a men’s event.        

True

(v) International Gymnastic Federation was founded in the year 1881.

True


Q.9. Which motor skill did you enjoy the most in table tennis game and why?

The skill which I enjoy most in table tennis game is :

(i) Back hand drive :
You need to be in ready

  • Move/keep your waist to the left side in a 9’oclock
  • When the ball will bounce, the contact between the body and ball will be made in the top wards direction of the
  • Take your forearm forward lightly in upward
  • The power to hit the ball is gained with the flick of the
  • The moment when the racket touches the ball, the point is achieved/gained.


Q.10. Define the terms, drive and smash as used in table tennis. 

The description of some related terms to tennis are:

Drive: The racket is parallel to the direction of the stroke, maximum force is been applied on the ball, so that it creates a speed instead of spin, the shot is been created in fastly manner, that it cant be returned
Smash: This type of hit is done, when the opponent player returns back the high bouncing ball, or when the ball is more closed to the net. It is the hitting the ball with much speed as much as


Q.11. Write in brief the history of table tennis. 

In the olden days ( i.e 12th century A.D) the table tennis game was been played as the Royal games.by the end of 19th century the table tennis was played in England. In the year 1890, England David Poster started the theme of playing table tennis on table. And after one year John Jaques introduced a new game called as Gossima.  In the year 1900, John Jaques even introduced a ball which was known as Ping Pong. In the 1926, the ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) was been founded and its headquarters were established at Berlin. In Seoul, South Korea, the Olympics was held where ITTF (International Table Tennis Federation) was introduced and that year was 1988. The First World Championships pf Table Tennis was organized in London in the year 1926. In the year 1926, there was a federation was founded in India names as TTFI (Table Tennis Federation of India) at Calcutta which is presently known as Kolkata.


Q.12. List the equipment’s required in table tennis.

The equipment’s required in table tennis are:

(i) Table tennis ball: The ball tat is to be used in table tennis must have the diameter of 40 millimeters and having weight 2.7
(ii) Table tennis bats: This bats are also known as paddles which are used to hit/ return the ball back to the opponent’s half table.
(iii) Tables
(iv) Nets and posts


Q.13. Fill in the Blanks:
(i) The table used in table tennis is ___ feet long and ___ feet wide and ____ feet high.

The table used in table tennis is 9 feet long and 5 feet wide and 2.5 feet high.

(ii) Net is ___ inches high from the table.

Net is 6 inches high from the table.

(iii) A game of table tennis is played up to ____ points

A game of table tennis is played up to 11 points

(iv) A player or the pair who first scores 11 points wins unless both players and pairs score ____ points. Then the game is won by the player or airs who game a 2 point lead.

A player or the pair who first scores 11 points wins unless both players and pairs score 10 points. Then the game is won by the player or airs who game a 2 point lead.

(v) If a player causes the table to move whilst the ball is in play, player ____ a point.

If a player causes the table to move whilst the ball is in play, player loses a point.

(vi) A player shall score ____ if his opponent’s freehand touches the playing surface or the net assembly.

A player shall score a point if his opponent’s freehand touches the playing surface or the net assembly.


Q.14. When does a game point occur in tennis?

When the player who is in the lead against the other player in the game, and there is only requirement of 1 point for winning the game is to be situation to occur game point in tennis. This points are known by different names as per the different types of matches like for sets (sets point), matches (match point) and championships (championship point).


Q.15. What is a break point in tennis?

It is a situation where the player (who is receiving the ball and not the server) can win the game by gaining the next point. Break point is important, as there is maximum chances of the server to win the game who does service well. Whereas the player (receiver) whose score has one score (30-40), two score (15-40), three score as (love-40), then there will be the three chances to win the game by break point, double break point, or triple break point.


Q.16. How is the scoring done in a tennis match?

The scoring done in the tennis match is as followed:

(i) The player/ other teams are standing facing each other opposite the net where one person will be known as delivering the service (server) and other player known as (receiver).
(ii) The match is categorized on the sets of matches and different sets of matches are played by different peoples like 5 sets ( 5 sets are played by men and the first player has to win 3 sets of matches) and 3 sets (3 sets are played by women where the first player has to win 2 sets of matches).
(iii) A set consists games and game in turn as sequence of points that is played with same player who is
(iv) For winning the match the first player has to score four points in all (total) and two points more in comparison to the opponent
(v) As per the tennis game, the three types of points are described/known as 0 as love, 15, 30, 40
(vi) If the player has score the three points consecutively, where the players score is tied up with 40 points, the score cannot be called out as 40-40 but be called as
(vii) If incase if the points are equally scored by the both players as three points, and one extra point is scored than the opponent player, the player who is in the lead. The score of the game is called as
(viii) When the player who is in the lead against the other player in the game, and there is only requirement of 1 point for winning the game is to be situation to occur game point in This points are known by different names as per the different types of matches like for sets (sets point), matches (match point) and championships (championship point).
(ix) It is a situation where the player (who is receiving the ball and not the server) can win the game by gaining the next point. Break point is important, as there is maximum chances of the server to win the game who does service well. Whereas the player (receiver) whose score has one score (30-40), two score (15-40), three score as (love-40), then there will be the three chances to win the game by break point, double break point, or triple break point.
(x) The umpire announces the winner of the set and the total score in the tournament play.


Q.17. Fill in the blanks:
(i) The frame of the hitting area may not be more than ____ inches in length.

The frame of the hitting area may not be more than 29 inches in length.

(ii) Tennis ball are of hollow, rubber with a felt coating. Traditionally white, the predominant color was gradually changed to ______

Tennis ball are of hollow, rubber with a felt coating. Traditionally white, the predominant color was gradually changed to optic yellow.

(iii) The tennis court is ____ feet long and ____ feet wide for singles matches.

The tennis court is 78 feet long and 27 feet wide for singles matches.

(iv) The lines that delineate the width of the court are called the ______.

The lines that delineate the width of the court are called the base line (farthest back).

(v) A tennis match is determined through the best of 3 or 5 sets. Women play ____ set matches, while men play ____ set matches.

A tennis match is determined through the best of 3 or 5 sets. Women play 3  set matches, while men play 5 set matches.


Q.18. Which stroke is the slowest?

Breast stroke is the slowest stroke in swimming.


Q.19. List down the diving events of men and women?

The list of diving events of men and women are as follows:
(i) Diving events for men: Plunge for distance , Plain high diving, 3 meter spring board, 10 meter platform, 3 meter spring board, 10 meter
(ii) Diving events for women: 3 meters spring board, 10 meter platform, 3 meter spring board, 10 meter


Q.20. Fill in the blanks:

(i) Standard swimming pool should be of ____ mts length and ____ mts width.

Standard swimming pool should be of 50 mts length and 25.0 mts width.

(ii) There are ____ lanes in swimming pool.

There are 10 lanes in swimming pool.

(iii) Width of lane is ____

Width of lane is 2.5 m

(iv) Height of starting platform is les than

Height of starting platform is les than 29 (1/2)


Q.21. State whether True or False:
(i) A swimmer can change the lane after start.

False

(ii) The fourth lane is given to the best swimmer.

True

(iii) Roll over turn is permitted in back stroke. 

True

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