Tennis - a score of zero points is known as "love"; Ex: The score is 40 to love.
The sport is tennis.
A zero score in tennis.
"love" means "zero" in tennis
love or zero
No, a zero score is announced as "love" as in x - love or love - x (depending on the person serving). It originates from the french term l'oeuf (the egg) or Zero, in English it was just said as Love and it has stayed that way.
40-0 is pronounced "Forty- love" love =0
"Love" in tennis means, zero. "15-love" means 15-zero.
Love means Zero.
It is called 'love'.
A score of zero is when no points are awarded to anyone in the start of the game. In English zero is called "love" and is announced before the ball is played across the tennis court.
The term "Love' is used in the game of tennis to refer to 0 or zero score. For example, if I were serving and had lost 2 consecutive points the score would be 0-30 or love-30. Also, at the beginnings of each set 0-0 score for both players, it can be called "love-love"
it means you don't have a point. Another way to say zero in tennis is love.
Love all is another way of saying the score is 0-0 Although I'm pretty sure you only use the term love all in tennis
It is commonly believed that a score of zero in tennis is called love because of a mispronunciation of the French word L'oeuf. L'oeuf means egg in French and is sometimes used as slang for zero.
It is the score in a tennis game after the person that served has lost the first rally. Love is the same as zero in tennis terminology.
The word actually comes from a mispronunciation French l'oeuf, meaning egg, since a 0 looks like an egg and love is a score of zero.
Love means "zero" in tennis. When the score is said as "love-love" it just means "0-0." The scoring goes love (0), fifteen, thirty, forty.