Should the ball on service strike the top of the net before falling in the correct service court, it is a "let" and is replayed. The server is allowed one miss, or "fault," either into the net or outside the opponent's service court.
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If the ball bounces on the net and still bounces over to the opposing team of the server and in the correct box, a let, it is the reciever's call because the reciever must make all the calls for the tennis balls.
Anyone on that court in singles or doubles
Do you mean "let"? If so, a let is when a serve touches/nicks the net AND lands in on a player's serve. People call "let" so the server knows their serve hit the net. If a server hits a let, they get to redo their serve.
It is called a 'Let'
It's basically rankings in Tennis.
It's from the French word roulet , another chance. So let in tennis is to give another chance
Tool for playing tennis usually call tennis racket. There are a lot of types and brands of modern tennis rackets.
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!
The word love in tennis is a corresponding call in scoring of it and the meaning of love in tennis is 0.
it means that your such a fool and your soo stupid it mean crazy don't let people call you it
Let is when the ball goes over the net and lands inside the box but hits the net going over, Let is only on a serve. Net is when the ball hits the net and fails to go get over the net.