no, a serve must be hit from out of the air
You have to let the ball bounce in the service box before returning the serve.
No you can not. You must let the ball bounce before you hit it. Don't let it bounce more than once! ;D
Tall enough to bounce on your side of the table, clear the net and then bounce of the opponent's side of the table.
No, you have to either do a backhand or forehand serve behind the table and the ball has to bounce on both sides of the table.
yes in 1999 was a match between Alexander ochins and john peperinks it was raining and when Alexander ochins served the ball didn't bounce that's all
There ISN'T anything called a "backhand serve" in tennis.
To serve in tennis, is to hit a tennis ball with your racquet, aiming to score against an opponent.
it's basically like tennis, except it is played on the table. also the ball and the bat is smaller. Also when you serve the ball, it has to bounce on your side first, and you can't hit the ball on the full.
The ball must be hit after the first bounce, otherwise the server gets the point.
A big serve is when you the serve with a lot of power.
A tennis serve is out if it hits the green without hitting the main court, or if it hits the net
A tennis game starts with a serve.
There are four types of serves in tennis: The Flat Serve, The Slice Serve, The Kick Serve, and the American Twist.
Almost all of your joints are used in tennis, but the main ones in a tennis serve are the knee joints, and elbow joints.
When the first serve is a let.
andy roddick in mens tennis
You can hit an underhand serve in tennis; however, the overhand serve is more effective because it is more powerful. That is why you don't see the underhand serve used much.
a tennis ball