A zero score in tennis.
ADV stands for 'advantage'. ADV is used when a player scores a point when the score is at duece. The player has the 'advantage' because if they win the next point, they win the game. If the player who has the advantage loses the next point, the score goes back to duece.
ad = advantage
After a deuce score, the next score will be advantage-[player's name who won the point]. This is sometimes abbreviated to ad-[player's name].
In tennis, it means the score is tied.
You mean tennis?
The word love in tennis is a corresponding call in scoring of it and the meaning of love in tennis is 0.
donut in tennis means u have a score of 0 in a set this is reffered to as a donut
When to score reaches 40-40 in an individual game of tennis, it is said that the score is at deuce. If the server scores the next point, they have advantage (ad in), which means if they score again they win that game. If the person who isn't serving scores at 40-40, they have the advantage (ad out), and if they score again they win that game. Advantage just means that whoever has it is one point away from winning a game that ties at 40-40. It sounds so complicated, but it's really not XD. you just have to see it in action.
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.
Ad means advantage. It is the score in a game. For example if I say ad in, I can win the game if I win the point. If you lose the point the score will go back to deuce.
In tennis, when both opponents are tied at 40-40, the score is called deuce. Deuce changes to advantage when one opponent scores after achieving deuce.