That's called a forehand. On the opposite side, it's called a backhand.
Yes and no. You cannot usually hit a tennis ball that is not on your side, but if the ball bounces on your side first and, when it bounces, spins back to the opponent's side of the court, you may hit it before it bounces again.
In tennis, a serve is when the player with the ball hits the ball into the opposite square from which they are standing in on the other side of the court. Example: Standing on the right side, you hit the ball in the square on the left side. In volleyball, a serve is when the ball goes over the net.
A serve in tennis is when you have the ball to start a game. For instance, the score is 3-4 games, you with 3 games won, and it is your turn to serve. A serve is when you hit the ball on the opposite side of the court in the square. Example: Standing on the right side to serve, you hit it in the square on the left side.
In singles...the ball hit inside of the side double lines. In doubles...the ball hit outside of the side double lines.
No the ball must touch your side of the table before you can hit it
Applied force when the ball is hit, and air resistance on the ball going in the opposite direction.
In the 12th century, tennis was first hit by the ball with the hand.
It depends on each person, some might hit on the left, some might hit in the right.
The ball is still in play as if it hit the net but went on the other side.
No you cannot reach over the net to hit a tennis ball...
You swing your racket at the ball