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Q: When serving in tennis is a ball that lands in the doubles alley considered out?
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What are the tennis positions?

In tennis there is singles, and doubles. In both there is playing baseline/server, alley/net/volley.


True or false in tennis is the alley used only while playing doubles?

True.


What does alley mean in tennis?

The portions of the court on each side that is in play in doubles and out of play in singles are known as the doubles alleys.


What is an alley?

An alley is a narrow street or passageway, or an establishment where bowling is played. In tennis, it is the extra area between the tramlines which is used for doubles matches.


What is an alley in tennis?

An alley in tennis is the area between the single's line and double's line.


What is out in tennis?

on a tennis court there are 2 sets of lines, one considered the doubles alley and the singles alley. in the singles alley, if the ball goes past that line or past the base line without any sign of touching the line then its out. same goes for doubles. but if the ball bounces on the line, or just touches the line its still in. and if the ball hits you even if its going out, the other player still gets the point. so try not to touch it with your body.


What is a sideline in tennis?

A sideline of a tennis court is called an alley.


What is the difference in the width of a singles tennis court and a doubles tennis court?

The difference in widths between a singles court and a doubles court is 9 feet or 2.74 meters. This accounts for the added doubles alleys, making each alley 4 feet 6 inches.


Can a doubles player serve in the alley?

They Can Serve behind the baseline BEHIND and in line with the alley if that's what you mean. http://www.tennistips.org/doubles-tennis.HTML


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Yes. Dallas is in Tornado Alley.


Is Missouri in tornado alley?

Western Missouri is generally considered to be in Tornado Alley.


What is the definition of alley in badminton?

The term "alley" is used in doubles and is the 1.5 foot extension on both sides of the court. There is also the "back alley" which is the area between the back boundary line and the long service line also used for doubles.

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