Losing your serve is when you lose the game in which you were serving, it is said the oppenent (whoever that may be) broke someones (whoever was servings) serve. If you win the game then you held your serve.
If a player breaks the other player's serve in tennis, then the receiving player gets the game point, and that player will have the advantage of getting a two game lead over the opponent if the player can hold his or her own serve.
When you are receiving a serve from your opponent thereby giving them the advantage, If you outscore them and win the game, then this is called to breaking their serve.
If you win your service game, you "held" your serve. Holding serve requires you to win your service game.
you have to serve because if you start without serving it's going to mess up the whole game
To serve in tennis, is to hit a tennis ball with your racquet, aiming to score against an opponent.
Almost all of your joints are used in tennis, but the main ones in a tennis serve are the knee joints, and elbow joints.
For a given play, there is only one service unless there is a "let" (ball touches the net or opponent not ready). A failed service is a point for the opponent. This is different from tennis where a service fault allows another serve.
You can hit an underhand serve in tennis; however, the overhand serve is more effective because it is more powerful. That is why you don't see the underhand serve used much.
A tennis ball!
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A tennis ball.