Tennis can become complicated if you are unsure on the rules and how to keep scores. With Tennis becoming an up and coming sport and the Wimbledon fast approaching our tennis rules should have you well on your way to learning the basics. With Wimbledon being one of the most popular competitions held in the UK, they are sure to take over your TV channels and local betting shops. Providing you with odds on who will most likely win, bets on who will win the 1st set and match betting. You can find great tennis action at Betway Sportsbook.

There are different ways to keep score in a set. The two main ways are the “Advantage Set” and “Tie-break Set”. Either way can be used provided that will be used to be announced ahead of the competition. If it is used the “Tie-break set” should also be announced if the decisive set will be played as “Tie-break Set” or “Advantage Set”.

a. “Advantage Set” The first player / team to win six games wins that “Set”, provided it is a difference of two games against the opponent (s). If necessary, the set will continue until the difference is made.
b. “Tie-break Set” first player / team to win six games wins that “Set”, provided it is a difference of two games against the opponent (s). If the score is 6-6 should be played a tie-break.
A match can be played after the “best of three sets” (a player / team must win 2 sets to win the match) or after the “best of 5 sets” (a player / team must win three sets to win the match).
Players / teams will be the one part and another of the net. The servant is the one who put the ball in play for the first point. The receiver is the player who is ready to return the ball served by the servant.

Case 1: Does the recipient allowed to stay off land lines? Decision: Yes. The receiver can handle any position inside or outside the lines in the field.

Choosing the side of the field and choosing to be servant or receiving in the first game will be decided by drawing lots starting before warming. The player / team that wins the toss may choose:
a. to be servant or receiver in the first game of the match, in which case the opponent (s) will choose the first game of the match plot, or
b. The field for the first game of the match, in which case the opponent (s) will choose to be served or receiving in the first game of the match, or
c. To require the opponent (s) to choose from the possibilities above.

Case 2: They both players / teams the right to new choices if heating is stopped and the players / teams left the court? Decision: Yes. The result of the draw remains valid, but both players / teams can make new choices.