Q: In tennis one must have 6 of these to win the set?

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a set means that one side or player has won six games. The winner of the set must win by two games.

A tennis match can be 2 out 3 sets or 3 out of 5 sets. For a player to win one set, they must win 6 games. There must also be a difference of 2 games. The score for a set to 6 could be: 6-0, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, or 6-4. After that, a player must win 7-5 or 7-6. The 7-6 score means that a tiebreaker was played once the score became 6-6. The tiebreaker is won by the person who wins 7 points first and wins by 2 points.

A tennis match is split into different parts, first games, then sets then the match. A game is one by the the first player to get over 40. The scoring goes as follows: 15, 30, 40 then game win. Unless both players tie on 40 then they must win two points consecutively. First attaining an advantage then a win. Games are played with one player serving throughout then in the next game the next player serves, this continues alternately. You must win 6 games to win a set, unless both players tie on 5 then a player must win 2 games consecutively to reach 7, if it reaches 6 all a tie breaker is played. This involves the players alternately serving 2 times, the player to reach 7 first wins, unless they tie at 6 then a player must win two games in a row. The player who wins the tie breaker wins the set. A tie break is played in all sets at 6 all, except the last one (the third set in women's tennis and the fifth set in the men's game). In the last set, players continue until one secures a two game lead. In women's tennis you must win 2 sets to win the match, in men's a player must win 3 sets. Bit complicated but you get the hang of it pretty sharpish.

To win in straight sets is to win without dropping a set which means winning 3 sets straight without dropping one for men and the same with 2 sets in womens tennis. For example- if Person A beat Person B in straight sets then he would have won the first, second and third set resulting in there being no need for the fourth an fifth sets. Originally a straight set means one in which the winning score is 6, ie it's won at the first opportunity. Thus to win straight sets is a relatively comfortable win

The game of Table Tennis is scored up to 11 unless it is 10-10 when one player must win by 2 clear points.

If you mean tennis, yes you can as it is in the rules that no game( and therefore no set or match) can be won by a single point. There must always be a 2 point advantage to win a game

Be the first to win 6 games with a winning margin of at least 2 games, if not at 6-6 a tie-breaker will be played and its winner will win the set.

You must win by two points.

First to win 6 games or if it is 6-5, pr 5-6 it is first to win 7 games.

There are some rules in Tennis game. You can learn those Rules by following below link, there is a understandable and simple article about tennis rules that you can learn easily thank you. http://tennisworld-tennis.blogspot.com/

Best of out five sets. Six game sets but you must win a set by two games at 6 all, you play a tie breakerso best 3 out of 5 sets (not including tie-breaks)

You don't "get out" in tennis. You lose or you win.