If any part of the ball is touching the line, but the rest is out, it is still called in.
The ball is only considered out if the whole ball is in front of the line, meaning if only a fracton of the ball lands on it and the rest is over, it is still called in.
"Line Umpires" watch the lines or boundaries of the tennis court. They decide whether the ball lands in or out. However in a final arguement, the Chair Umpire has the final call.
if the ball lands on the line it is considered in and it depends on the situation your in to determine it good or bad
"In" If any part of the ball lands on the end or side line then the ball is in.
If your asking if its IN or OUT. its IN
As long as the ball is touching the line, it is considered in. Even if the majority of the tennis ball is out, as long as a tiny sliver of that tennis ball is touching the line, it is considered in.
If the ball hits any part of the line it's in
Yes, it is in!