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Tennis guide


Forecourt area of the court in which the serve must land.
Centerline line that divides the forecourt into two parts.
Fault occurs when a player serves the ball into the net or out of bounds while serving.
Double Fault occurs when a player delivers two consecutive faults.
Foot Fault occurs when a player steps on or over the line while serving.
Let Serve a serve that tips the net and falls into the proper service area.
Scoring System love-15-30-40-game. You must win by two.
Deuce the score in a game in which both players have scored three times and are tied at 40.
Advantage the first point scored after deuce.
Break to win a game served by an opponent.
Set 1st player to win six games.
Match 1st player to win best of three sets.
Lob ball hit high enough in the air to pass over the outstretched racket of a player.
Smash a hard overhead shot. Difficult to return.
Drop a shot that land just over the other side of the net.
Forehand stroke used to return balls hit to the right of a right-handed player.
78x36 feet In doubles tennis, the court is what by what?
France during the 12th century. What country was tennis created at and during what century?
3ft., 6in. What is the height of the net?
Created by: kortbatmunchin