Tennis Diagram & Scoring
*Server's Score is always said first.
*First point is always served to the deuce side — the server gets two chances to serve the ball in the appropriate box.
*Second point is played to the ad side, etc.
*1st point is called 15.
*2nd point is called 30.
*3rd point is called 40.
*4th point is called game.
*You must win a game by a margin of two points.
*40 – 40 is called deuce, and a player must win the next two points to win that game.
*The point after deuce is called advantage, either to the server or receiver. The point after an advantage will either be game or back to deuce.
*You must win six games by two to win a set
*Switch sides of the court after every odd game
*Play a tiebreaker at 6 – 6 in games.
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The tennis staff at SR&FC is eager to work with your junior player – all levels and abilities are encouraged to enroll. The program at SR&FC is a USTA Certified local Excellence Training program providing a complete and premier tennis learning experience. The professional staff is led by Tennis Director, Ross Graham, a certified USPTA PRO 1 and instructor for over 20 years.
The Velasco Tennis Center serves as the headquarters for district wide tennis operations including an indoor pro-shop where tennis enthusiasts can purchase tennis equipment and apparel. The Velasco Tennis Center also contains six courts with lights, six courts without lights and a platform tennis court as well. The Velasco Tennis Center opens each year during the first weekend in May.