If the opponent has established position out of bounds (at least one foot on the floor) then the ball would still be yours. If the opponent is in the air and has not established position out of bounds the ball is still live.
In tennis and volley-ball you lose the point if you touch the net while the ball is in play.
who ever was the last person to touch the ball before it hits the floor out of bounds or if the person out of bounds catches it the other team gets it
If the serve hits the receiving player (or their partner, when playing doubles) before touching down out of bounds, the point is the servers. The exception is if the serve is a let. In that case the point is not awarded to wither team and the server reserves.
Receiving team. Unless the kicking team has complete control of the ball before it goes out of bounds.
The ball is considered dead when it touches the court out of bounds or touches a player that is out of bounds. In this case, the ball would go to the team that blocked the shot. Had the ball touched the court out of bounds before touching the player, the ball would go to the shooting team.
It is the oppenent's call if he/she thinks it is out. The most you can do is summon a line judge. Although, if the oppenet thinks it is out but does not call it and says it is out after the point, then that is the oppenet's fault for not calling it earlier. Depending on how that point ends, decides whose point it is
We don't know who the first two people to play tennis were, but the first tennis player whose name we know is King Louis X of France.
Who did it belong to and whose claim on it had standing.
If the ball is struck by the receiver, having not yet bounced on their side and having not yet passed either the end lines or side lines, it is a lost point for the receiver.
· Andre Agassi (tennis) · Alan Alda (actor) · Arthur Ashe (tennis)
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· Maria Sharapova (tennis)
· Billy Jean King (tennis)
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Arthur Ashe - tennis player Or it could be Andre Agassi.
Joe Namath Rafael Nadal - Tennis
Virginia Wade (tennis), Paul Warfield (football), Jerry West (basketball), Serena Williams (tennis), Venus Williams (tennis), Tiger Woods (golfer) and James Worthy (basketball) are famous athletes.
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Yours then your opponents. It is the serving team's score first and then the opponent's score.