Foot Fault in tennis

Foot fault

The basic rule is the server should be behind the baseline and between the center mark and the sideline. Also if the feet touch the ground inside the base line before the strike the ball, the umpire will called foot fault. Also if feet touch the wrong side of the center mark or the feet touch the wrong side of the imaginary extension of the sideline, then the umpire will call foot fault. If the server’s first serve is a foot fault he/she has the second chance to serve as the normal fault.

Serena got a foot fault in US opens

Share with Your Friends


Anonymous said...

Excellent poѕt. Keep writіng such kind of information on yօur page.
Im really impressed by your site.
Hey there, You've done a great job. I will certainly digg it ɑnd in my view recommend to my friends.
I'm confident they will be bеnefited from this site.

vіsit this page : Pɑssword Protect Folder It: Нere’s How

Anonymous said...

Greetіngs from Idaho! I'm bored to death at work so I decided to browse your site
on my iphone during lunch break. I enjoy the information you provide here and can't waіt tο
take a look when I gеt home. I'm surprised at how quick your blog loaded on my сell phone ..

I'm not evеn using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyways, wоndеrful blog!

go : How To Password Protect Folder When Ⲛobody Else Wiⅼl