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" After a fault the server shall serve again from the same court from which he served that fault, unless it was a fault because he served from the wrong court. "
Lawn Tennis - Page 64
by Herbert William Wrangham Wilberforce, Mrs. Hillyard - 1908 - 79 pages
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Tennis

John Moyer Heathcote, C. G. Heathcote, Arthur Campbell Ainger, E. O. P. Bouverie - 1890 - 484 pages
...service has been delivered. 13. The service n>ay not be volleyed, ie taken before it touches the ground. 14. The server shall not serve until the striker-out...ready. If the latter attempt to return the service, he shall be deemed to be ready. 15. A ball is in-flay from the moment at which it is delivered in service...
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Lawn Tennis in Our Own Country

Henry Warner Slocum (Jr.) - Tennis - 1890 - 224 pages
...A fault cannot be claimed after the next service is delivered. 13. The server shall not serve till the striker-out is ready. If the latter attempt to return the service he shall be deemed ready. 14. A service or fault delivered when the striker-out is not ready, counts...
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The modern playmate, a book of games

John George Wood - 1891
...has been delivered. 13. The service may not be volleyed — ie, taken before it touches the ground. 14. The Server shall not serve until the Striker-out...ready. If the latter attempt to return the service, he shall be deemed to be ready. 15. A service or fault delivered when the Striker-out is not ready...
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The Sportswoman's Library, Volume 1

Frances Elizabeth Slaughter - Sports - 1898
...has been delivered. 13. — The service may not be volleyed, ie, taken before it touches the ground. 14. — The Server shall not serve until the Striker-out...ready. If the latter attempt to return the service, he shall be deemed to be ready. 15. — A ball is in-play from the moment at which it is delivered...
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R.F. & H.L. Doherty on Lawn Tennis

Reginald Frank Doherty, Hugh Lawrence Doherty - Tennis - 1903 - 146 pages
...ball be clearly outside the service-court. 14. The server shall not serve until the striker-out be ready. If the latter attempt to return the service...the service has been delivered, but before the ball touch the ground, he may not claim a fault because the ball ultimately drops outside the service-court...
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Lawn Tennis: Its Past, Present, and Future

Jahial Parmly Paret, William Harvey Maddren - Lacrosse - 1904 - 419 pages
...A fault cannot be claimed after the next service is delivered. 12. The server shall not serve till the strikerout is ready. If the latter attempt to return the service, he shall be deemed ready. 13. A service or fault delivered when the racket, except as provided for...
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The Book of School and College Sports

Ralph Henry Barbour - Athletics - 1904 - 438 pages
...A fault can not be claimed after the next service is delivered. 12. The server shall not serve till the striker-out is ready. If the latter attempt to return the service he shall be deemed ready. 13. A service or fault delivered when the striker-out is not ready counts...
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Modern lawn tennis

P. A. Vaile - Tennis - 1904 - 224 pages
...ball be clearly outside the service court. 14. The server shall not serve until the striker-out be ready. If the latter attempt to return the service but fail, he lo-es the stroke. O 2 If however the striker-out signify that he is not ready after the service has...
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R. F. and H. L. Doherty on lawn tennis

Reginald Frank Doherty, Hugh Lawrence Doherty - Sports & Recreation - 1905 - 217 pages
...the ball be clearly outside the service-court. 14. The server shall not serve until the strikerout be ready. If the latter attempt to return the service...loses the stroke. If however the striker-out signify tjj.at he is not ready after the service has been delivered, but before the ball touch the ground,...
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The boy's modern playmate

John George Wood - 1906 - 816 pages
...has been delivered. 13. The service may not be volleyed— ie, taken before it touches the ground. 14. The Server shall not serve until the Striker-out...ready. If the latter attempt to return the service, he shall be deemed to be ready. 1 5. A service or fault delivered when the Striker-out is not ready...
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