In tennis, a service is when one opponent hits the tennis ball over the net into the opposite box. It's how tennis players start the point. If you miss the first serve, you get to serve again, but if you miss that, the point is over. Your opponent won that point. If the ball hits the net before bouncing over, it is called a let.
Source: Many years of playing tennis.
The service area in tennis is where a player's serve must land into. It is often called a service box.
a service fault in tennis is when you either when you serve and you don't get it over the first line OR you get it out
I am not sure but just call your local tennis place
The service line is the line that borders the service box and is parallel to the net.
It improves his service
is a nonphysical service such as tennis lessons, personal training, and sorts camps. is a nonphysical service such as tennis lessons, personal training, and sorts camps.
Return first, unless you are a professional men's tennis player
A service break occurs when a player wins the game when their opponent is serving.
A service break refers to a player winning a game when his or her opponent is serving.
It is called a service ace!
i do not know..play tennis or watch a game
It is the line at the back of the tennis court that is parallel to the service line and in between the two singles sidelines.
It means you have lost your service game
it is the first horizontal line from the net.
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.
Yes. In fact, most people do jump on a service in tennis. You just need to be carefule that your foot doesn't cross the baseline early so you avoid a foot fault.
Dont know but never mind about that sunny boy tennis is homosexual, ping pong is a mans sport!
(a)Simple service(b)Tennis service(c)Round service(d)Side arm floating service(e)Overhead floating service
A "Break" in tennis refers to a loss of ones service game. to be two breaks down means that one has lost two service games, and has not had a break of the opponents serve.
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.
If you win your service game, you "held" your serve. Holding serve requires you to win your service game.
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.
into the service box diagonal from where you are standing behind the baseline