Focus on your ball toss if you are having trouble with your serve. The way you toss the ball has a huge impact on where your ball is going to go. Is your toss out in front of you? Is your toss behind you? Also look at when you are catching the ball with your racquet. Do you catch it at its peak, meaning your full arm extension? Or do you hesitate and wait till the ball toss is closer to the ground? A serve that goes into the net can mean that your ball toss is out too far in front of you or you are catching your toss too low or both. A serve that goes into the net can also result from dropping your head too soon. Over exaggerate by keeping your head up until the ball has crossed the net. You be may be catching your toss behind you or too high or both if your serves are going long. Try shortening your toss and make sure that it does go behind your ball. Your toss should fly easily off your fingertips.
It would called as 'let' and server gets another chance to serve.
To play tennis first you have to get the equipment. You will need 1 tennis racket, some tennis balls, and if you want someone to play with you. When the ball comes towards you then you hit it. To tell the score in the beginning you say set score is 0-0 game score love-love. Then you serve. If you that ball goes out then you you say second serve. THE END
A let is when the person serving serves the ball and it clips the net and then goes in. the server gets to re-serve
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If you hit the net and it goes over you go onto 2nd serve and if i doesn't go over u got to 2nd serve 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.
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Let in tennis is when a point has to be stopped because of a distraction in the middle of a point from something like a balls rolling on to the court. A let is also where the serve hits the net and goes over into the correct service box. This rule applies to everything but the lets in World Team Tennis and Division one mens college tennis.
No, it is not in play. That is called a "Let Ball", the server does not receive a penalty and reserves.
If it hits the net and goes into the service box, you get one re-serve (as opposed to getting two re-serves if you do that on your first serve). If it hits the net and does not land in the service box, then it is a double fault.
To develop a successful serve you need to snap your wrist, spin your body for torque, move your arm, as well as jumping and tossing the ball. A lot goes into a good serve. I had to put all these factors together to be able to serve 105-110 with spin. *This might not help sorry...
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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.
Tennis players learn several different serves as they are learning the game. There is the hard, flat serve that usually goes down the middle of the court. There is the spinning slice serve that usually kicks out wide by the time it gets to the returner. There is also a topspin, or kick serve that bounces high at the returner. Players often have a favorite but learn to use them all to gain an advantage over their opponent.
if the score is deuce, the score goes as follows: if you are serving and you win the point, it is ad- in.... if you serve and win again, you win the game. if you are serving and you lose the point, it is ad-out... if you serve and lose again, you lose the game. if it is ad-in, and you lose the point, the score goes back to deuce, until someone wins.
A baseline player is a tennis player who rarely goes to the net, if at all, and sticks to the back of the court at the baseline rather than employing the serve-and-volley or chip-and-charge techniques.
there's your normal shoer serve, a flick serve which goes high and to the back, and a drive serve which goes fast, low and to the face.
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It is when the serve goes in to the net instead of over the net.
No, Wii Sports Resort has more games than the Wii Sports. No, but 3 sports on wii sports resort are either the same or somewhat the same. Bowling has not changed. Golf now has 4 more cups (Resort A,B,&C along with Special Cup too!) and Tennis is now Table Tennis. Table Tennis Scoring in Wii Sports Resort is Different than Tennis's in Wii Sports. Table Tennis scoring goes 1-2-3-4-5-6(win) while Tennis goes 15-30-40-win. Unless either game goes into deuce though. Bottom line Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort are not the same. Actually The Only Change they made in bowling was they added automatic throwing and manual throwing.