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Commonly Asked Tennis Questions
With all the odd scoring and numerous rules surrounding tennis, it's no wonder that people sometimes confuse the rules. To that end, we've created this article to help you to know the answer to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the game of tennis. Chad">All rules discussed in this article reflect the stance of the International Tennis Federation, a governing party of the sport.
Q: What happens when the ball bounces off of a line on the court?
Q: What happens if I hit a ball that hits the net post or another court entity and then bounces onto the opponents side of the court?
Q: When should players change what side they are playing on?
Q: What's a foot fault? How can one be called for a foot fault?
- the court, including the baseline
To avoid being called for a foot foul, you should ensure that your server is relaxed and stationary. This means that you should avoid any type of serve that involves more than one foot's movement to avoid being called for the foul.
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