4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- The baseline is the end of the court. Any balls bouncing past this line are considered out. Serves must be made while standing behind this line. Sidelines and the baseline should be positioned so that any ball bouncing on the line is good. On the serve, a ball striking the non-volley zone line is considered a fault.
- Because players switch sides with each point, a simple scoring system was devised to keep track of who is serving. Before each serve, the server calls out their team's score, the other team's score. For example, if my team has 5 points, the other team has 3, I would call out, "5 serving 3."
- The summer of 1965
- The receiving team must let the ball bounce before returning the serve. Also, the serving team MUST let the returned ball bounce once more before hitting it back. This means that there will be two bounces in the first two hits of the rally.
3 True/False questions
The serve → The player on the right always serves first. The ball must contact the paddle below the waist and must land in the diagonally opposite court, past the non-volley line.
Scoring and winning → A team gets a point when they win a rally that they served. When a point is won, the players of the winning team switch sides. The first team to 11 points wins, but you have to win by two points.
Singles play → The server serves from the right side of the court when his or her score is even and the left side when odd.