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How do you keep score in tennis?


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2005-10-20 16:38:01
2005-10-20 16:38:01

Tennis consists of the best of two out of three


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The Umpire will keep the score in a supervised game.

to score the winning number and the 0 will be duce

To keep score, call faults, and overall just monitor the game

Yes the receiver can score

40-0 is pronounced "Forty- love" love =0

I'm thinking Tennis Score keeper... and don't worry I actually researched it... -Hope this helps!=)

In a tennis match without a chairperson, the server always calls the score before every point in order to avoid any disputes in the score.

Table tennis features a continuous scoring system. This means that you can score points when it is your opponents serve.

To serve in tennis, is to hit a tennis ball with your racquet, aiming to score against an opponent.

In the original versions of modern tennis, the points in tennis were thought to take about 15 seconds each, so the score went from zero to 15 to 30 to 45 and then "game". However, to keep the number of syllables the same between zero and game, the 3-syllable "45" was shortened to the 2-syllable "40".

The word love in tennis is a corresponding call in scoring of it and the meaning of love in tennis is 0.

In tennis, it means the score is tied.

A 6-1 score in a tennis game is the score of a single set. There are still more set(s) to play.

A score keeper. =D tennis ~ umpire football ~ referee

there is no sport that doesn't keep score

To play tennis first you have to get the equipment. You will need 1 tennis racket, some tennis balls, and if you want someone to play with you. When the ball comes towards you then you hit it. To tell the score in the beginning you say set score is 0-0 game score love-love. Then you serve. If you that ball goes out then you you say second serve. THE END

it means you don't have a point. Another way to say zero in tennis is love.

donut in tennis means u have a score of 0 in a set this is reffered to as a donut

In intermediate tennis, you judge yourself. In professional tennis, there is a line judge. The line judge call outs, lets, and keeps score.

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