In tennis, a let ball can be called for several reasons. If a player's serve lands in the correct service box but hits the net first, a let is called and the player may serve again without penalty. A let may also be called if there is a danger or major distraction on the court (ex: a tennis ball from another court rolls onto a court during the play of a point).
It is called a "let" in tennis when the ball hits the net because "Filet" is the French word for net and the game originated in France.
It's when one person hit's the ball and it hits the net but still goes over, then you re-do the point. Hope this helps!
Net ball is called "Let" in table tennis. A Let occurs when a served ball hits the net and lands on the opponents side of the table. There is no penalty, the server just serves again.
I am pretty sure that a "Let" In tennis is when some one returns the ball and it hits the net. But im not exactly sure!
A net ball is on any shot that it goes in the net. A let ball is when you are serving and it hits the net but the ball goes in therefore re-serving.
What do you mean by example? Striking the tennis ball with your racquet? Or are you asking how to show someone how to play tennis?
It is something that is called in tennis when the reciever is prevented or distracted from returning their opponent's ball.
A tennis ball.
a tennis ball's bounce depends on what type it is and how much it has been used, A good tennis ball is fuzzy and when you squeeze it in your hand it doesn't let you bend it in that much. Basically when you are looking for a good bouncy ball get one that is fuzzy and is bright, no dirt and what not.
Let's play tennis! A good way to recognize prepositions is to imagine a tennis net. Now think of a tennis ball as a preposition (e.g., the ball can go "through" the net, the ball can go "over" the net)
"Let" comes from the turn "lets play another " that meens play another Ball