Most high school tennis matches are scored on a 2/3 set basis, with no-ad scoring (that means that at deuce, whoever wins the next point wins the game).
No. At high school matches, coaches or parents may cheer for the players, but they may not coach in the middle of a game.
you could maybe watch it on youtube you might see it and you might not see it.
In professional matches the umpire will be sat on a high "stool" to the side of the court, m,uch like in tennis. But for amateur matches as long as the umpire is by the side of the court and not interrupting with play, you don't need the stool.
Yes, American musician Lionel Richie was considered a star tennis player in high school. He attended the Tuskegee Institute on a tennis scholarship.
Yes, they can.
it is the same as the normal offical tennis rules.
Tennis increases hand eye cordination and stamina.
No, but there is a tennis team, they usually practice at Mark Watson park.
Since i DON'T go to the High School, I ma not entirely sure but I have a presumption that the girls tennis team is pretty good. Look it up! :P
Can you get into Central Missouri State with a 2.9 high school GPA and a 17 ACT score?