yes u still get the point b/c the ball was out causeing the ball to be dead and u get the point if the oppising player hit the ball out of bounds on a RETURN if the opposing player served it and it was out they get 1 more do over and if it is out again u get the point whether u hit it back or not b/c once its out its dead
Yes. The occasion which allows a tennis player to reach over the net to contact a tennis ball is when backspin, or blowing wind, causes a ball to go back across the net, after it has bounced within the bounds of your court. Randy Lynn Rutledge (author of Fix Your Tennis)
If the tennis ball hit the player, even if the player is out of bounds, then the opponent gets the point.
After a made basket by the opposing team
the ball is given to the opposing team to pass in from out of bounds.
You serve as soon as the opposing team loses a point(serves it into the net, out of bounds, you get a point, etc).
When a player steps on the out of bounds line, the ball is out of bounds and the opposing team will get possession. It doesn't matter if a defender commits a foul afterwards, the ball was out of bounds first, so this is the call.
If a ball is served over the opposing teams heads and is in bounds, they can back up and try to pass it, but if they fail to do so, the serving side receives a point for an ace, and they get to serve again.
. Not technically because they would already be out of bounds so it wouldn't matter.
The opposing team is awarded a goal kick.
The point of tennis is to keep the ball within bounds on the opposite side of the net from yourself, and to be the last person to do so.