What Is an Ace in Tennis?

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The tennis ace is a serve that a player is unable to return. The ace in tennis is a move that provides a quick advantage over the other player.
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An ace in tennis refers to a legal serve that is not touched by the receiver thus winning the point. The common placement of an ace in tennis is a hard flat serve to the middle or the corner of the service box.
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Answer An ace occurs when a served ball lands on the other side of the court, within the area it is supposed to land in, and the player on that side fails to even touch the ball with
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Akshat is correct however some announcers will say things like "that serve is as good as an ace" if the the opponent touchs the ball but doesn't return it. But as far as
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Ace - A serve where the receiver fails to return or even touch the ball. The point is won
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Akshat is correct however some announcers will say things like "that serve is as good as an ace" if the the opponent touchs the ball but doesn't return ...
Akshat is correct however some announcers will say things like "that serve is as good as an ace" if the the opponent touchs the ball but doesn't return ...
1. Initiate the serve when it is your turn by swinging the Wii-mote in a backwards direction. You do not need to swing backwards very dramatically, as the Wii ...
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