You must stand behind the base line.
Everywhere in your court!
The base line, the line in the back.
You stand behind the white line at the back of the court. This is known as the base line.
the area that you serve into is the same as in singles. The server may stand anywhere in between the center mark and the doubles sideline
It's where you stand when you serve. Behind the baseline in one of the four corners of the court. Best way I can say it.
When its their turn they stand in the correct area and throw the ball up into the air and swing their racket to slam it into the opposite court.
International Tennis Federation.
Women's Tennis Association
Association of Tennis Professionals
Usually on the tennis court.
because you need to be able to stand in tennis and to stand you need balance. in everything you need balance.
Assuming you are playing doubles, you would stand in the service box diagonal to your partner (on your side of the court). If you are standing in the right place, the serve will go past you and into the service box in front of you on your opponent's side.
It stands for Women's Tennis Association
Association of Tennis Professional .
'Des tennis' are most probably 'des (chaussures de) tennis' which are tennis shoes in English. That could also stand for 'des (terrains de) tennis', which are tennis courts.
You should stand behind the line, to serve a volleyball. If you put one of your legs over the line, the serve won't count.
International tennis federation
almost all of them. it just depends how good they are that makes tennis stand out in a country
UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter
Wonderful Talkitive Ponies
International Table Tennis Federation