A Tennis Net delineates one side from the other during a match, and the players or teams start on opposite sides of the net. It is stretched across the full width of the Tennis Court. It is parallel with the baselines, and it divides the court into two equal ends. The net is held up by cable cords.
Net. Sport: Table Tennis. This is stretched across the centter of the table by a cord attached to a post at either end. It measures 6ft long and the ball must pass over it for a rally to continue.
Tennis Terms Starting with “N” 1. Net. A light cotton netting used as a ball stopper or boundary that divides the court into two equal parts is called a net. It is located in the mid-court. 2. Net Point. While approaching the net, a point won or lost is called a net point. 3. Net Cord. A cord located at the top of the tennis net is called a net cord.
tennis noun. A sport played by either two or four players with strung racquets, a 2½" (6.4 cm) ball, and a net approximately 3 feet high on a clay, grass, or cement court. Etymology: tenez, second-person imperative of tenir.
Tennis Terms to Know. ACE – A ball that is served so well the opponent cannot touch it with their racquet. AD – Short for Advantage. It is the point scored after Deuce. If the serving side scores, it is Ad-in. If the receiving side scores, it is Ad-out. ALL – An even score. 30-30 is, for example, 30-all. 3-3 would be 3-all.
Tennis is a racket sport that can be played individually against a single opponent or between two teams of two players each ().Each player uses a tennis racket that is strung with cord to strike a hollow rubber ball covered with felt over or around a net and into the opponent's court.
Racket (or racquet): Bat with a long handle and a large looped frame with a string mesh tautly stretched across it, the frame made of wood, metal, graphite, composite, or some other synthetic material, used by a tennis player to hit the tennis ball during a game of tennis.
a. The ball served touches the net, strap or band, and is otherwise good; or, after touching the net, strap or band, touches the receiver or the receiver’s partner or anything they wear or carry before hitting the ground; or b. The ball is served when the receiver is not ready.