A tennis serve is out if it hits the green without hitting the main court, or if it hits the net
Because a serve hits the net.
There are no limits to the amount of lets that you serve. As long as the served ball hits the net and bounces into the correct service box it's a let. Then depending on if the let was on your first serve or second serve, you take two more serves or one more serve respectively.
If the player is unable to hit the serve then it is an ace. But if the player hits the ball but does not return it, then it is a forced error.
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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.
In tennis, a service is when one opponent hits the tennis ball over the net into the opposite box. It's how tennis players start the point. If you miss the first serve, you get to serve again, but if you miss that, the point is over. Your opponent won that point. If the ball hits the net before bouncing over, it is called a let. Source: Many years of playing tennis.
Yes... each time the ball hits the net, on serve, and hits the other side, it is a let.
A net ball means that when a player hits their serve and it hits the net, then bounces in. That is when a net ball is called.
It is called a letThe server gets to reserve the serve that was a let
A Let It is called a "Let".