ad = advantage
advantage in favor of the server in tennis; advantage in favor of the receiver. Terms used after a deuce, i.e., 30-all.
after you get deuce and the server wins the point. You call it 'ad in'
An advantage out (or ad. out, when you call the score) is when youe oppenent has won the first point of duece (40-40.) Ad. in, is when you win the first point of duece.
Ad is short for advantage. The person (or side) with the Ad has a one point advantage over the other person. If that person wins the point, then the game goes to them. If they lose the point, then it goes to Deuce.
Okay, so lets say it was deuce. Then I was the server, and I won the point you call it ad-in meaning its MY advantage.. But if you win the point, it's called ad-out- that means its YOUR advantage.
ad-out means advantage-out. It usually means that the other person/persons are in advantage of the point, which means if they win the point, they win the game. If you're in ad-out, you need to win 2 more points to win the actual game.
The word advantage meaning in tennis is when both of the team players has gotten 40 points = to 3 points, this creates a "Deuce" and that is simply a tie. Now normally, it goes Love =0, then 15, 30, 40, and Game Point. But when each of the players have a game leading up to each having 40, it's sort of a tie. This is where the advantage comes in. Basically, when ever the server or the receivers, make a point, it will be ad. in or ad. out. Ad. In = Servers advantage, Ad. Out = Receivers advantage Then whomever makes the next point, who has the advantage wins, and if you have the advantage and the other person gets a point, you lose the advantage and go back to deuce. I hope that helps! :D My resources: Coming from a tennis player himself. :D
It means advantage which means the player is one point away from winning the game, set or match
If at any point in the game where the receiving team has a break point (or Advantage in Ad-Scoring after a deuce), then it is called a break point.
No. If the server wins the point at deuce, it is advantage-in for the server. If the server loses the point after deuce it is advantage-out.