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.
It depends on how hard you want to hit the ball
you throw the ball in the air and hit it
You can hit an underhand serve in tennis; however, the overhand serve is more effective because it is more powerful. That is why you don't see the underhand serve used much.
Hmmm.....Second Serve Ace!
A serve in tennis is when you have the ball to start a game. For instance, the score is 3-4 games, you with 3 games won, and it is your turn to serve. A serve is when you hit the ball on the opposite side of the court in the square. Example: Standing on the right side to serve, you hit it in the square on the left side.
To serve can mean several things. You can serve food and drink. You can serve a tennis ball. You can serve another person. Here are some sentences.Serve the coffee, please.His serve was too fast for me to hit with my tennis racquet.The maid will serve you while you're visiting me.
If you're looking to improve your serve, the key is just to practice, practice, practice. However, generally, a good strategy is to hit a really hard flat serve for your first serve and then hit a very consistent second serve. Secondly, hit it where your opponent is not. If your opponent is guarding the alley, hit it down the line, if he is guarding the middle hit an out wide serve. Lastly, go with what your instinct tells you to do because you'll probably get it in if it feels and looks right.
Do you mean "let"? If so, a let is when a serve touches/nicks the net AND lands in on a player's serve. People call "let" so the server knows their serve hit the net. If a server hits a let, they get to redo their serve.
The opposition get a point for a double fault
No, an ace is when you serve the ball so well that it can not be returned.
because you get a second serve if you mess it up and if you mess up both serves the other opponent gets the point
If by what you mean is are you allowed to hit the return before it bounces - NO.