The receiver must stand diagonally opposite to the server. For example, if the server is on the right side (thus serving to the server's left service box), then the receiver must stand to the receiver's right to be diagonally opposite to that of the server.
The ball must be hit after the first bounce, otherwise the server gets the point.
no, a serve must be hit from out of the air
Match point is played just like any other point in tennis, where the server must serve into the opposite service box on the receiver's side, but if the person with the match point wins the point, the match is over.
Tennis players must serve or return the tennis ball back to opponent in order to continue the tennis game.
Yes, but your feet must be behind the baseline.
You must stand behind the base line.
The service area in tennis is where a player's serve must land into. It is often called a service box.
Technically speaking, all human bones are used to serve a tennis ball, since the player must be upright, standing on his/her feet, and use his/her entire body's momentum to propel the ball.
Then the opposing player must return the ball to compete for the current point.
When serving the ball, there must not be any spin when throwing it vertically to serve. It must not be served on the full. Its must go with in the space of the ends of the table, not off to the side of the table. These are the main serving infringements.