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A fault in tennis is a serving that is annulled. There are three main reasons why a fault in tennis can be declared. They can be either a serving fault, foot fault, or failed serve. The three faults are described below: 1. The first and most common fault in tennis is when the ball is served from the service court side and lands outside the ...
Since we are talking about tennis, let’s keep the little yellow ball rolling. This time, the victim of an embarrassing moment was the Serbian star, Jelena Janković. Just like Williams, Jankovic is quite the impressive tennis player. She has never won a grand slam title, but she did reach the final of the 2008 U.S. Open.
If your first serve doesn’t go into the correct box, it’s called a “fault.”. If you miss your second serve, however, it’s called a “double fault” and your opponent wins that point. It’s now either 15-Love or Love-15, so now the server serves to the opposite side of the court.
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The serve is a let if: The served ball touches the net, strap or band, and lands in the correct court. The served ball touches the net, strap or band and then touches the receiver, the receiver’s partner or anything they wear or carry before hitting the ground.