Break point is when the oppenent is on the verge of breaking your serve. If he wins your break point on your serve. He has broken you.
A break point conversion occurs in tennis. If a player has a chance to win the game when playing the next point and does so, he converts his break point.
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.
A service break means that a player has won a game when his or her opponent was serving. A break point is a point when the server is behind and will lose the game if he or she loses that point.
A break in tennis is when the server loses the game to the receiver. A breakpoint is the point of the game which, if the receiver wins the point, will result in the receiver winning the game. Such as if the score was 30-40. The next point would be considered a break point because if the receiver wins the point the receiver will win the game.
In tennis, when the player serving is losing by a score of 15-40, this is considered "double break point" as his opponent has two opportunities to win the game or "break" his service.
It means you have lost your service game
It means if you win that point you win the match.
If you mean tennis, yes you can as it is in the rules that no game( and therefore no set or match) can be won by a single point. There must always be a 2 point advantage to win a game
It means the point will be played again.
The advantage of break point is where the server is down 30-40 in points, and the receiver has the chance to win the game (not the entire match, just the single game).
Nope tennis balls don't break down.
It means "Break Point" . When the receiver is one point away from winning a game , it's called "break point".First point of four has been won,as in15 30 40 gameOriginally based on quarter parts of clock and was15 30 45 gamebut 45 was changed to 40
At 6 all in a set, then you play a 7-point-tie break. Sometimes, you play a 10-point-tie break in the lieu of the third set... it depends. To improve on this answer I have played tennis for years so in a set you play a tie breaker in a 5 all set
freezing and melting point of a tennis ball
a break is when the sever loses the game
The score is 0 - 40, that is, the receiver needs one point to win (and "break" the serve), so he/she has three chances to score that point.If the server wins the next point, the score is 15 - 40, and the receiver has two break points, or two chances left.If the server wins again, the score is 30 - 40, and the receiver has one break point, that is, one chance to break service and win the game.
It's how the score is said. 1 point is said is 15
A "Break" in tennis refers to a loss of ones service game. to be two breaks down means that one has lost two service games, and has not had a break of the opponents serve.
point is a point but point is a point
Just that...a point.
A double break point refers to a score of 15-40. Where the player NOT serving has TWO chances to win that game IF he converts one of those TWO chances. (Note: the score reflects 15 for player serving and 40 for the player NOT serving) A triple break point would be 0-40. A break point would be 30-40.