How many bounces are allowed on the court before a point is won or lost in tennis?


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2012-03-20 00:58:56
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Only one bounce is allowed during any point during a tennis match. The player is allowed to hit the ball in the air without it bouncing once but if the ball bounces twice then the point is over and the point is awarded to the player that hit the ball that bounced more than once.


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