Tennis Serving Tips: Stop Hitting The Net. Serving in tennis can be stressful unless you’re confident that you can consistently hit your spots. If you thought you were bad at tennis because you keep serving into the net, think again. You’re not alone, and there’s a ton of people who have dealt with the same issue.
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by ahmcgowan. The server alternates serving from the two halves of the court. In both a standard game, and tie-break game, the server begins by serving from the right half of the court. The serve must pass over the net and hit the service court that is diagonally opposite the server, before the receiver may return it.
When serving the first serve, stand behind the baseline between the center mark and the right sideline. The ball is hit diagonally into the service box on the other side of the net, on the opposite side of the center mark from which the server is serving.
Step 1: The Stance. A proper tennis serve stance is when your feet are positioned so that the front foot is pointing towards the right net post (for right-handers) and the back foot is parallel to the baseline. Basic serve stance gives you balance in all directions.
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1. The First Serve Hits the Net and Stops. This is a clear fault. The rule states that when a ball fails to clear the net, or bounces in any spot other than the cross-court service box, it’s a fault. The game stops completely after a fault to contemplate the next action. This is the first fault, so the player is given a second chance.
When a serve hits the tennis net and the ball lands inside the service box or court, this is considered a let in tennis. The server is allowed to make that serve again. If the serve hits the tennis net but lands outside the service court, it is considered a fault. For a new tennis player, the name LET can be confusing.
The Tourna Rebound Net offers hours of practice for players of all ages and skill levels. The repetition promotes ball and racquet/paddle control to help become a better player. Measures 7-feet high x 9 feet wide for plenty of hitting surface.