In France, they used to play it as handball, without rackets. When they struck the ball, they would yell "Tene!" which meant "take that!" in French. so hence the name, tennis.
judge joe brown show sometimes seems fake, funny how they yell at him and not judge judy, and she really deserves it.
While it is not against the rules to yell, cussing can cause you to loose some points if there is a ref. If you use bad words exceedingly often, then the ref can call you on it.
No they are supposed to look after you and not judge you on what clothing you are wearing. If you did some thing wrong then they should tell you gently but not yell.
It's mostly ohs and ahs, like in English. No special cheer.
Some examples would be: "I had to yell to get Gloria's attention." "My parents yell a lot during my softball games."
rebel yell dates back to the Civil War 1861-1865, when the Confederate soldiers would charge the Union line they would yell. this would was done in order to scare the Union troops and get them to run
To get aroused.