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What has "professional" got to do with it ? A foot fault is a foot fault.

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In tennis what happens when somebody foot faults?

A foot fault is the same as a regular fault. If you foot-fault twice then its their point. Though it often occurs much more in junior tennis then the pros.


What are some tennis words that begin with the letter F?

Fault Foot fault.


What is foot vault in tennis?

If you were referring to foot fault, foot fault is when serving you foot steps on the baseline or if it crosses the middle of the baseline. If you do commit a foot-fault, a serve is taken away from you; i.e if you make a foot-fault on a first serve you have to hit a 2nd serve and if you make a foot-fault on a second serve, a double fault is given.


What is meaning of foot fault in tennis?

It's a service fault caused by the positioning of the foot. Specifically, it means you stepped over the line while serving.


How do you get called for a foot fault in tennis?

A foot fault occurs when the server steps into the court before hitting the ball. If the server jumps, hits the serve, and lands in the court, then it is acceptable, but if the foot is in the court, while the ball is being served, then it is a foot fault.


In tennis a player who steps on or in front of the baseline while serving commits a what?

Foot Fault


What is the difference between an out and fault calls in tennis?

Fault is called only during service (including foot fault) whereas out is called during actual gameplay.


Can you jump on a service in tennis?

Yes. In fact, most people do jump on a service in tennis. You just need to be carefule that your foot doesn't cross the baseline early so you avoid a foot fault.


What is a foot fault in tennis?

The player who is serving must stand behind the baseline, between the center mark and the sideline. A foot fault takes place when your foot touches the ground on - or forward of - the service line before you strike the ball.


What does the assistant umpire do in tennis?

he sees the servers foot while serving to see if he's making a foot fault. but he slips on some paint the bender.


In tennis is it a foot fault when a right handed server's right foot crosses the base line during the service motion?

it is a foot fault when any part of each foot touches or crosses the base line before or during the time period when the raquet makes contact with the ball


Ways to foot fault in tennis?

There's only one way stepping inside the tennis court before you actually hit the serve, but it only happens if you are in your swing and step in.

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