Tennis is a great sport to play in the summer, fall, and spring in Beijing. Beijing has many indoor and outdoor courts to play on. Tennis is really good for cross-training because it works all different muscles（肌肉）. Tennis improves your hand-eye coordination（眼手协调）, flexibility（灵活性）, and balance（平衡）. Here are some practical phrases for playing tennis in China.
Tennis vocabulary phrases
Reserving a Tennis Court:
If you want to play tennis in Beijing, you have to reserve a court. Some courts require a reservation a week in advance（有些网球场需要提前一个星期预订。）.
A:Beijing Tennis Center, How may I help you?
B: I want to reserve a court.
A: What time would like to reserve the court?
B: How about 3pm on Saturday?
B. Okay. How much is the court for one hour?
A: 100 yuan
B: Okay Thank you. I will reserve the court for Saturday.
A: What is your phone number?
At the Tennis Shop（在网球商店）
Where do I buy a can of tennis balls?
What time do the courts close?
I need to get my racquet restrung.
I need a new grip.
What type of racquet is the best?
Here is the list of some of Beijing's tennis courts.