Deuce side, otherwise known as the right side of the court. This is the same for doubles, too.
after every point
In tennis, you don't serve from just one side. For the first point of each game, you should serve from the deuce side (that's the right side if you're standing on the baseline). On the next point, you should serve from the ad side (that's the left side if you're standing on the baseline). You should continue alternating between the deuce side and ad side until the game is over and either the match is over, or you start another game from the deuce side.
In tennis you must always start on the forehand (right hand) side.
Match point is played just like any other point in tennis, where the server must serve into the opposite service box on the receiver's side, but if the person with the match point wins the point, the match is over.
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.
In tennis, you don't serve on just one side. The first serve of each game will be from the deuce side (the right side if you are standing on the baseline) and the ball will be hit cross-court to the other player's deuce side. The next serve will be from the ad side (the left if you are standing on the baseline) and go cross-court to the other player's ad side. This alternation will continue until the game is finished and a new one starts or the match is over.
by one person serving the ball over to the other side and play the game to see who wins
Two players on each side compete in a tennis doubles match.
You flip a coin and the winner can either decide to serve or receive or they can choose the side to start on. The other player chooses one of the options the other player did not choose.
I will interpret this question as asking which SIDE of the tennis court do you serve into first in tennis. The two halves of the tennis court are called "ad" (short for advantage) and "deuce." Your ad court is diagonal to your opponent's ad court and your deuce court is diagonal to your opponent's deuce court. You begin serving on your ad side diagonally into your opponent's ad side. If you are facing the net from the baseline, the ad side is the right and the deuce side is the left. In simpler terms, you start on the right side and serve diagonally into the left side of your opponent's court. This is a link to a tennis court diagram. Perhaps a visual will help better understand the answer to your question. It can be found on the related links.
if you are serving, it is the "left" side of the court
Your first serve should be from the deuce side (that's the right side if you're standing on the baseline and looking at the net).
you start on the right side
If you served, and it lands on the ground - or whatever surface you are playing on - on your opponents side, you score. If you did not start the serve, you don't get the point.
The opposite side, for example.... if you are serving from your left side, serve to the opposing teams right side.
the game starts off with a coin toss and the team who chose the correct side starts the game with a serve. That's only for the game that begins the match. As for the others, the games are just begun with a serve.
Only in doubles. Because in doubles you have to serve in the square that is on the other side of the table and on the square on the oposite side of the side you are serving on. In singles you can serve any where or any way you want.
Deuce side, otherwise known as the right side of the court.
The rules of table tennis state that a game is now played to the score of 11 points. It used to be played until 21 points, but that was changed after 2001. Who serves first is supposed to be decided by coin toss or some other random method. The winner of the toss can opt to serve, have the other player serve, or choose which side of the table he wishes to play first. If the player choose a table side, the opponent gets to choose if he wants to serve first or not. Those are the rules to start the match, but there are many others related to scoring, playing doubles, and so forth.
I believe it is the right side.
A good strategy for a table tennis serve is to put top, back, or side spin on the ball and then place this shot towards the corners of the tabe in order to make the opponent reach for the serve.
If you mean like when you serve, no. If you serve it into the net, it's a point for the other player. However, if it hits the net (on your serve) on the way to the other side, it's a "let", in which you serve it over again. Real rules are also that you must serve it from one side of your side diagonally to the other side, like real tennis.
In tennis, a serve is when the player with the ball hits the ball into the opposite square from which they are standing in on the other side of the court. Example: Standing on the right side, you hit the ball in the square on the left side. In volleyball, a serve is when the ball goes over the net.
On the women's side that would be 48. On the men's side that would be 72.