You must win 4 games to win the set so that the final game score would be:
you must win by a minimum of 2 games and in this case u must break your opponents service play at least twice
But if they were to win a game and make it 6-6 before you could win that final game then you would have to go into a tiebreaker where to win you must get 7 points AND also be winning by 2 points at the same time
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It is impossible for each player to win three sets in a match that is out of five sets. Only one man can win three sets, while the other can only get two.
Because the match is best of 3. Who ever wins two sets wins the game. This is done in Women's singles, and the doubles.
You can't. If the match goes to 2 sets all then the last set, the 5th set is the decider
In professional mens tennis only the four majors, or grand slams, are best of 5 sets. All of the other tournaments throughout the year are best 2 of 3 sets
the two guys r playing match not together.
A doubles match can be played in games such a tennis, badminton or ping pong.Doubles means two people play on each team.There will always be two teams, so that means a total of four people play in a doubles match.
In the Olympics, the match is a best 4 of 7 games.
Yes ... you could win the match without playing any ball but your own serves ... provided, you won your service games and your opponent double-faulted his way at least four times in twoseparate games during the match - at least once in each of the 2 sets (assuming the match was a best of 3 sets match)
There are 4 players on the court in a doubles match.
To play tennis, you need a tennis court, a tennis racket for each player, and a tennis ball. If you are playing singles, one player stands on each side of the net, for doubles, two players are on each side of the net. Players hit the ball with the racket back and forth over the net.
take three match for each triangle
A table-tennis match consists of between 4 and 7 games. In this time, each player/team is entitled to 1 timeout which is only 60 seconds long. Timeouts are replenished at the start of each match during a team event.
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I am farely confident that it would be hockey in the NHL, they have 3-4 officials on the ice at the same time as a max of 11 players. Nope. It would have to be Tennis. Maximum of 4 players at one time, with an umpire assigned to each line in an ATP match. Ah yes, that's right. I forgot about tennis. Good work.
It is triple Threat tag match where three people are in the ring at once. One person from each tag team