A winning serve.
You may choose what corner to serve as long as you do not step on the line while serving.
it matters.In doubles, you serve from corner to opposite corner. In singles, you just go up the middle
The legal serve where the opponent fails to touch the tennis ball is called 'ACE'.
An ace serve occurs in tennis when the opponent does not even get his racket on the ball as it whizzes past him.
1. serve fast and accurate. try aim for the corner or the very middle. 2. hit the ball in the opposite spot as your opponent is standing. 3. try to trick your opponent. e.g. making them think that you are hitting to a spot then hitting the ball to a different spot. 4.aim for the lines. it makes it harder for the opponent to hit the ball.
When you are receiving a serve from your opponent thereby giving them the advantage, If you outscore them and win the game, then this is called to breaking their serve.
no at the end of the game you serve, then at the end of your service game, your opponent serves, then you serve, the she/he etc
To serve in tennis, is to hit a tennis ball with your racquet, aiming to score against an opponent.
High Serve- Used in singles. This serve goes up high and comes down as vertical as possible at the back of your opponents court.Low Serve- Can be used in doubles or singles. When you serve like this, you want your opponent to lift it. A good low serve is close to the net line, and falls near the service line. A bad low serve is either into the net (Which would lose you the point) or too high, which gives your opponent the chance to attack it and kill it.Flick serve- A useful serve to have. As the name suggests, the shuttle is flicked with power behind your opponent. Good flick serves look like low serves, and therefore deceive your opponent. Use this serve sparingly, because if your opponent anticipates it, it gives them a chance to smash.Drive Serve- Quite a rare serve. The shuttle is hit so it travels flat over the net cord, and lands near the back of your opponents court.Master all of these serves, and your opponent will never know what's coming next.
It's a server out.. Foul
Winning the point in which a game can be claimed on an opponent's serve.