A fault is a term in tennis for a serve that lands outside the service box or hits the nets and lands outside the service box. When this occurs on two consecutive serves, it is called a double fault and the server's opponent wins a point.
A double fault in tennis is two consecutive serving faults that result in the loss of a point. The term double fault has been in use since 1909.
Table tennis, or Lawn Tennis
yes lawn tennis and badminton
A player can double fault in tennis. A double fault occurs when a player does not successfully place the ball in the opposing square on a serve two consecutive times.
It is called a fault or if you do it again it is called a double fault.
The answer is no you cant. But you will lose that point.
a double fault
lawn. in table tennis, the other player gets a point on a single fault, whereas in lawn tenns, you get two chances, and your opponent will get the point on the second fault.
It is called a double fault.