Tennis in France
Tennis originated in Monastic Cloisters in France in the 12th century.
General Rules of Tennis
The general rules of tennis
The game starts with a coin toss to choose which player serves first and which side they want to serve from.
The server has to serve each point from alternative sides on the line. At no point the server’s feet move in front of the baseline. On the court prior to hitting their serve.
If the server fails to hit first serve in.They may take advantage of a second serve. If they fail again to get their second serve in then a double miss will be called and the point will be lost.
If the server clips the net but the ball goes in the service area still then that is called.If the ball hits the net and fails to go in the service area then an out is called and they lose that serve.
The receiver may stand where they wish upon receipt of the serve. If the ball is struck without the serve bouncing then the server will receive lose it goes back to deuce.
Only 2 players are involved in the sport during the game
Length of a tennis game
The average length of the game is 2 hours 43 minuets.
Each tennis game is made up of two or three match. To win a match, you must win at least six games.
The games are scored starting at "love" (or zero) and go up to 40, but that's actually just four points. From love, the first point is 15, then 30, then 40, then game point, which wins the game.
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