A net ball in tennis is when the ball touches the net when one is serving. The person who had served the ball would have to retake the service.
No you cannot reach over the net to hit a tennis ball...
To hit the tennis ball over the net.
A volley in tennis refers to when a player hits a ball without the ball bouncing; this usually takes place when a player stands close to the net.
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.
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)
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.
When the ball goes into the net. After that it stops. The person that hit the ball into the net looses the point.
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.
Paddle, Net, Pickle Ball, Its Like Tennis
Soccer tennis is when you have a tennis net and you volley a soccer ball with your feet over the net to the other player. Whoever messes up or hits the net losses a point.
Yes. The occasion which allows a tennis player to reach over the net to contact a tennis ball is when backspin, or blowing wind, causes a ball to go back across the net, after it has bounced within the bounds of your court. Randy Lynn Rutledge (author of Fix Your Tennis)