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.
The score is announced as five (5), or fifteen (15). Both of these mean that one point has been won. The score would be announced as five (5) to love (0), or fifteen (15) to love (0) when the server wins the first point of a tennis game. The score would be announced as love (0) to five (5), or love (0) to fifteen (15) when the receiver wins the first point of a tennis game.
Overhead: An overhead stroke is any shot besides the hit that the ball hits the racket’s long axis close to vertical. The point of contact between the ball and racket with this stroke is typically above the players head. An overhead stroke can be used to hit off an opposing player’s lob stroke.
A legal serve must begin any conventional point play.
15 = first point in a game of tennis
the right hand side of the baseline
Match point: Situation 1: Let's say there's a Player A, he won the first set. And now he got 20 points in the 2nd set, that's called a match point, the point that might determine the winner. Situation 2: Player A won the first set, but lose the second set, but in the third set, he is getting his 20th point, so that is called the match point. Conclusion: Match point is a point that might determine the winner of the match. (Match point will never be in the first set, first set 20 points are called game point)
Deuce is basically a way to win by two points in a match such as tennis or table tennis. You get an 'advantage' when you win your first point, and have to win the second point in order to win the game. If you lose your second point, it'll go back to deuce until somebody wins by two points.
point is a point but point is a point
The legal serve where the opponent fails to touch the tennis ball is called 'ACE'.
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.
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.