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" Is it a good return ? be in a player's hand when the ball is returned. It would unquestionably be a good return if the racket were held against the ground by a player's feet, and the ball bounded back off of it. X. A single match is played with a double... "
Lawn-tennis - Page 82
by James Dwight - 1886 - 94 pages
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Practical Lawn-tennis

James Dwight - Tennis - 1893 - 168 pages
...almost inconceivable that the ball was caught so perfectly that it did not touch his racket twice. XI. A single match is played with a double net and inside posts. A player touches the net outside of the inner posts, and claims that he does not lose the stroke because there should be no...
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Wright & Ditson Officially Adopted Lawn Tennis Guide

Tennis - 1901
...player's racket leaves his hand, but meets the ball and returns it over the net. Is it a good return ? be in a player's hand when the ball is returned. It...the stroke because there should be no net more than three feet outside of the court. Decision. — He loses the stroke. The net where he touches it is...
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Wright & Ditson Officially Adopted Lawn Tennis Guide

Tennis - 1903
...hand, but meets the ball and returns it" over the net. Is it a good return ? be 1n a player's band when the ball is returned. It would unquestionably...the stroke because there should be no net more than three feet outside of the court. Decision. — He loses the stroke. The net where he touches it is...
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Wright & Ditson's Lawn Tennis Guide

1914
...leaves his hand, but meets the ball and returns it over the net Is it a good return? Deeition. — Yes. There is no law requiring a racket to be in a...the stroke because there should be no net more than three feet outside of the court Decition. — He loses the stroke. The net where he touches it is part...
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Modern Tennis

P. A. Vaile - Tennis - 1917 - 317 pages
...return if the racket were held against the ground by a player's feet, and the ball bounded back off it. X. A single match is played with a double net...the stroke because there should be no net more than three feet outside of the court. Decision. — He loses the stroke. The net where he touches it is...
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Wright & Ditson Officially Adopted Lawn Tennis Guide

Tennis - 1921
...the ball bounded back off it. — James Dwighl. Case XXIII. A Singles match is played with a Doubles net and inside posts. A player touches the net beyond...inside posts and claims that he does not lose the point because there should be no net more than three feet outside of the court. Decision. He loses...
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