Tennis has a different point system than most sports. Before we go into detail, here is your guide to scoring a game: 0 points= Love; 1 point = 15; 2 points= 30; 3 points= 40; Tied score= All; 40-40 = Deuce; Server wins deuce point = Ad-In; Receiver wins deuce point = Ad-Out
If you drop your tennis racquet during a point, then play would continue unless your opponent calls a let as an unintentional hindrance. If your opponent does call a let, you should replay the point. It’s important to note that if you drop your racquet, you may not call a let.
You need to score four points to win a game of tennis. The points are known as 15 (1 point), 30 (two points), 40 (three points) and the fourth would result in the winning point and the end of that game. If the scores went to 40-40 this would be known as deuce.
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The winner of a tennis game must win with a two point advantage. In other words, if the score is 40-0 and the server wins the next point, the server wins the game. Consequently, if the server loses the next point the score is 40-15 and the server must continue to serve and play out that game.
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-The first point is 15, second point 30, third point 40 and then game. -If both players get 40 it is called deuce and then from deuce the next player to win a point gets advantage and then game. -However, if one player gets advantage then looses the point it must go back to deuce and then both players are fighting for advantage again.
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