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In tennis it's called a ace

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What is a served shot in which the opponent could not return in tennis?

That is called an ace.


How do you win a tiebreak in tennis?

To win a tiebreak in tennis you must win a game up to 7 points, win by 2. The first point is served by the player who served first in the set. Then the next 2 points are served up by the opponent. Then the tennis players will continue to serve 2 each until one player wins. Players switch sides of the tennis court everytime 6 points have been played.


A served ball that leads directly to a point for the serving team in volleyball is called a what?

If the served ball lands in bounds on the other side of the court, and the team that served didn't get the ball returned, or the returned ball came over the net, but landed out of bounds, the move is called an ace.


What is it called when the ball is hit in tennis and it goes over the opponits head and served deep?

This is called a Lob


What if subpoena duces tecum is returned unserved?

Returned unserved means that the subpoena was not served to its intended target. The subject of the subpoena must then be located and served.


What is it called when your tennis serve doesn't land in the proper area?

A served tennis ball which touches the top of the net and then lands within the bounds of the appropriate service box is called a let. A let serve can be attempted again.A served tennis ball which does not touch the net and lands within the bounds of the appropriate service box is a good serve. This ball has been successfully put into play.A served tennis ball which touches the net and lands outside of the bounds of the appropriate service box is called a service fault. A fault means that one of two allowed service attempts per point has been unsuccessful.A served tennis ball which clears the net and then lands outside of the bounds of the appropriate service box is called a service fault. Again, a fault means that one of two allowed service attempts per point has been unsuccessful.


Summons not served?

If the summons is not served, it will be returned to the court. The only time a summons is not served is if you are not home, or they have a wrong address for you.


In tennis what is the term used when a served ball hits the net but falls into the correct court?

A Let It is called a "Let".


Did old time tennis players have to stay behind the line when they served?

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What are the differences between singles and doubles in table tennis?

In singles there are only two people playing head to head. In doubles, four people are playing on teams of two. In singles, there is no rule for the direction of a served ball. In doubles, you must serve the ball diagonally to the opponent.


What is a net ball in tennis?

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.


Can the ball hit the white line when served in table tennis?

Yes, the ball can hit the white line when served in table tennis. The white is part of the playing surface and is therefore "in".


What should never be eaten after it has been served?

A tennis ball


What is love 15?

It is the score in a tennis game after the person that served has lost the first rally. Love is the same as zero in tennis terminology.


When the ball hits the white line when served in table tennis is it in?

Yes


What should never be eaten after it's been served?

A tennis ball


What is the net ball in table tennis?

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.


If you served the ball in tennis and it hit the net and landed in your court is it a fault?

Yes.


Where should the first point be served from in tennis?

the right hand side of the baseline


Who was Jefferson Davis' strongest opponent for the presidency of the confederacy and served as his vice president?

Alexander Stephens


What is the traditional dessert or treat served at the US Open Tennis Tournment?

Champaigne and strawberries.


Is there a legal serving speed for tennis?

No, the ball can be served at any speed the server chooses.


Is a returned warrant still active?

Yes, Yes it is.Added: "Returned," in this context, means only that it was not served.


What should never be eaten once served?

A tennis ball? I have heard it said that "revenge is a dish best served cold", but I don't think I want to eat that either.


What does return of summons means?

It means that the summons was served and notice of its service was returned to the issuing agency.