Lawn-tennis: With the Laws Adopted by the M. C. C., and A. E. C. & L. T. C., and Badminton

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C. F. A. Hinrichs, 1879 - 32 Seiten
 

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Seite 10 - ... fourth stroke won by either player is scored game for that player ; except as below : — If both players have won three strokes, the score is called deuce ; and the next stroke won by either player is scored advantage for that player.
Seite 8 - The players shall stand on opposite sides of the net ; the player who first delivers the ball shall be called the server, and the other the striker-out.
Seite 8 - It is a fault if the service be delivered from the wrong Court, or if the Server do not stand as directed...
Seite 9 - On either player winning his first stroke, the score is called 15 for that player; on either player winning his second stroke, the score is called 30 for that player; on either player winning his third stroke, the score is called 40 for that player; and the fourth stroke won by either player is scored game for that player, except as below. If both players have won three strokes, the score is called deuce; and the next stroke won by either player is scored advantage for that player.
Seite 9 - Either player loses a stroke if the ball touch him, or anything that he wears or carries, except his racket in the act of striking; or if he touch the...
Seite 10 - The player who first wins six games wins a set ; except as below : — If both players win five games, the score is called games-all ; and the next game won by either player is scored advantage-game for that player.
Seite 6 - The height of the net is 3 feet 6 inches at the posts and 3 feet at the centre. At each end of the court parallel with the net and at a distance of 39 feet from it, are drawn the "base-lines, the extremities of which are connected by the side-lines.
Seite 12 - The players shall take the service alternately throughout each game ; no player shall receive or return a service delivered to his partner ; and the order of service and of striking-out once arranged shall not be altered, nor shall the striker-out change courts to receive the service before the end of the set.
Seite 10 - If both players win five games, the score is called games-all ; and the next game won by either player is scored advantage-game for that player. If the same player win the next game, he wins the set ; if he lose the next game, the score is again called games-all ; and so on until either player win the two games immediately following the score of games-all, when he wins the set.
Seite 11 - Half-thirty is one stroke given at the beginning of the first game; two strokes at the beginning of the second game; and so on, alternately, in all the subsequent games of a set.

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