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Boundary lines of of the court lengthwise when playing doubles.
The area of the court between the singles and doubles sidelines also known as the "tramlines"
Center Service line
The line between service courts
The space on each side of the net between the service line, service sideline and center line
Tactically, the area behind and up to the baseline from which the baseliner plays
The boundary lines of the court lengthwise when playing singles
A 4 in. line that marks the center of the baseline. When serving, players must remain on the correct side of the mark.
No man's land
Incorporates the back of the court between the service and baseline, also known as the "taboo zone"
Method of putting the ball into play
Tossing the ball up and hitting it BEFORE it bounces
A score of zero
Each team has won at least 3 points and has one the same numer of points
Server wins points after deuce
Receiver wins points after deuce
one team has won 6 games and is 2 games ahead of opponents
Game- Fourth / Last point
One team wins 2 out of 3 sets
Serve that is so good the opponent cant get their racket on it, server gets a point.
Player who puts the ball in play
Player who receives service
Service hits net and goes into proper service court, ball is re-served
Not getting the ball in the right service court on a serve or stepping on the baseline before the ball is served. 2 faults, point for opponent.
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