No you cannot reach over the net to hit a tennis ball...
You still win the point.
To hit the tennis ball over the net.
The ball is only considered out if the whole ball is in front of the line, meaning if only a fracton of the ball lands on it and the rest is over, it is still called in.
It's when one person hit's the ball and it hits the net but still goes over, then you re-do the point. Hope this helps!
No, If someone isn't paying attention or what not, and it hits them, the ball is then not in play and the point is awarded to the other player
That would be a foul, you have to use the racket to return the ball.
Tennis balls die! A tennis ball is pressurized, Over time the pressure is released. = to a flat tire or basket ball.
a let ball is when your ball hits the net and still goes over (like, hits the very tip) on a serve. That is a let. If it doesn't go over it's just considered out. You can reserve, and if it's your first serve, it's still your first serve. Same with second.
Yes. The occasion which allows a tennis player to reach over the net to contact a tennis ball is when backspin, or blowing wind, causes a ball to go back across the net, after it has bounced within the bounds of your court. Randy Lynn Rutledge (author of Fix Your Tennis)