Wessam Bou-Assaly – A Brief Description of Tennis

Wessam Bou-Assaly is a radiologist located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He worked for the Ann Arbor VA Hospital for seven years and he was an Assistant Professor of Radiology for six years. When he is not working or conducting research, he enjoys playing tennis. Tennis is a great way to relax and get a great workout. Tennis is a popular sport that requires agility, stamina and hand to eye coordination.

Tennis takes place on a rectangular court. It can either be played one on one or two on two. One player, or one team, stands on each side of a net. Each player has a tennis racket. The goal of the game is for one player to hit the ball to his or her opponent in a way that the opponent is unable to hit the ball back within the court. A player can earn a point by hitting the ball in a way that prevents the opponent from returning the ball to the opposite side of the court. The players use a hollow, felt covered ball, which bounces across the court. The winner is the player who earns the most points during the game.

Tennis is a recreational sport as well as an Olympic sport. It is played in countries all over the world. Bou-Assaly is a hard working radiologist and academic in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Wessam Bou-Assaly enjoys playing tennis when he is not researching or working. He enjoys getting a great workout and having fun on the tennis court.

 

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