If you hit the ball into the net in tennis you don't lose a point, rather the opponent get s a point.
When the ball goes into the net. After that it stops. The person that hit the ball into the net looses the point.
No, no players can cross over the net during play.
Yes, otherwise your opponent gets the point
No you cannot reach over the net to hit a tennis ball...
The opposition get a point for a double fault
As long as you don't hit the net and the ball stays in play by all other rules, you hit around the net. Well you could hit the net but it has to go to the opponents side if it hit in your side its the opponents point.
Hits the ball out or in the net or doesnt hit the ball...
To hit the tennis ball over the net.
Yes as long as you do not touch any part of the net while the point is being played. simple :)
Of course not! Any form of touching the net while the point is in play will result in you loosing the point and the opposition winning.
touching the net in a tennis competition is not allowed and if you do run into it the opponent/s are/is awarded the point.
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.
Tennis players do not apologize for just any net point. Tennis players usually apologize for the cheap shots, like if the player hit a forehand, but it hit the net at the top and bounced right in front of the net while the opponent was at the baseline. Hitting the net is never the goal, and is an accident, especially if it goes over. When it hits the net and goes over, that is when players usually apologize for the cheap win on the point. On regular net points, players do not apologize to one another because it was won fairly without any cheap play involved.
If the person at the net is the receiving team the server would win the point. If the person at the net is on servers team the server takes a second serve.
its their point because you failed to hit the ball with the racket, however if u hit the ball and it bounces off one of the posts keeping the net up and it goes in its your point since you hit the ball with your racket and it went basically over the net
If the ball hits the net and goes over during a serve, it is called a let and is not counted as a fault. If it doesn't go over it is counted as a fault. In play, if the ball touches the net but goes over it is counted and a point is given to the player who hit it; if a ball hits the net but it doesn't make it over, a point is given to the receiving player.
If you reach your racquet over the net in the middle of a point before the ball has crossed the net, you lose the point. If the ball has crossed the net and when you return it your follow through goes over the net without touching it, it is good
tennis regulations include but are not limited to: foot faults - you cant step over the line before you serve the ball you cant touch the net until the point is over the ball cant bounce twice before you hit it no distracting the player during the point(yelling, etc)
The point of tennis is to keep the ball within bounds on the opposite side of the net from yourself, and to be the last person to do so.
It depends. When serving you can't hit the net. When playing if you hit the net and it goes over, it will be hard to get. If it doesn't go over, well, that's your fault.
The same thing as in ping-pong. If one player does not return the ball over the net, then the other player (or team) gets the point.
There is no ball.There is a shuttlecock, or more familiarly, a 'birdie'If the birdie hits the net and falls over, a point for the team that hit it.If the birdie hits the net and falls on the side from which it was hit, a point for the opposing team.
Yes, if when it is on their side they miss the ball, or they hit the net, go under the net, over the net, or toe over during a play.