A ball landing on the line is considered out. 14. While playing doubles, teammates must alternate shots. 15. A serve must land in the diagonal service court. 16. The service court is larger in doubles than in singles. 17. A stroke used to return balls on the non-racket side of the body is called the backhand.
Tennis Rules & Scoring - Quiz & Worksheet. 1. A game is tied at deuce. On the first serve, the server hits the ball into the net. What is the next thing that happens? 2. In a match, the score was tied 5 games to 5, when Player B held serve and won the game. What happens next?
Only within the pattern of the crossed strings. Only outside the pattern of the crossed strings. Only in the centre 'column' of strings. Correct! Wrong! -. After serving a first serve, the server's racquet falls out of their hand and hits the net before the ball bounces in the correct service box. What’s the call?
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Nothing is more frustrating than when you are having a great tennis match and a question comes up about a rule that stops your game or makes you lose focus. USTA Mid-Atlantic is here to help! We talked with our expert official from the Mid-Atlantic Section, Dzarr Daniels, to find out a few concerns/questions and … Continue reading Handle It: Addressing Common Tennis Rules and On-Court Questions
1. Tennis Rules Pop Quiz Go ahead, test yourself to see how well you know the rules! 2. #1 What’s the first thing you should do when you and your opponent lose track of the score in a game? (a) Go back and start the game over (b) Go back and replay only the point in question (c) Flip a coin to decide whose version of the score wins 3.
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