a tie breaker!
A tie. Both players have scored two points in the current game and have an equal score.
You would change sides because the score becomes odd after a tiebreak.
The person who returned in the 6-5 game will serve first in the tie-break.
A tie score during a game in tennis is referred to as the score plus the word "all" (e.g., "30-all" means that the score is tied 30-30); the same is true for calling all games in the current set (e.g., "2-all" means that both players have won two games in the current set) and tie-breakers (e.g., "5-all" means that both players have won five points in the tie-breaker). There are two exceptions: (1) when the current game is first underway, the game score is not called at all, and (2) when the game score goes to 40-40, it is referred to as "deuce".
A tie game.
If you mean when the score in a single game reaches 40-40, then it is called a deuce.If you mean when the score of a set reaches 6-6 games, then the following game will be a tie-breaker (of various point totals, but professionals use 7 points).
It is called a deuce.
there can be a tie from the same score so they have to go into overtime then
7 points? 10 points if your doing a championship tie break.