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what is a tie breaker in tennis ?

Asked by mohandas pai, 13 Dec '08 12:54 am , 2 answers

At a score of 6-6, a set is often determined by one more game called a "seven point tiebreak." Points are counted using ordinary numbering. The set is... more

Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 13 Dec '08 12:56 am

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It was in Wimbeldon in late sixtees or early seventies when tie breaker system has not been introduced but I am unable to recollect names...perhaps on... more

Answered by indrajeet , 08 Jul '08 09:19 pm

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Kho Kho is an Indian sport played by teams of twelve players who try to avoid being touched by members of the opposing team. Kho Kho and Kabaddi, in s... more

Answered by teja , 29 Sep '07 10:31 am

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Plz tell me the rules to play tennis?

Asked by supriya, 15 Jul '07 11:31 am , 2 answers

The rules of tennis are quite simple. Rule 1. Opponents stand on opposite sides of the court. The player who delivers the ball to start the point is c... more

Answered by L KINI, 15 Jul '07 11:34 am

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When the third set is in tie-breaker ,then the match goes into three set.when one player wins two set without tie-breaker then the matchbecome two se... more

Answered by Devkate Sandip, 06 Jul '07 04:27 pm

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How points are counted in tie break in tennis?

Asked by Samir Kulkarni, 30 May '07 10:20 am , 1 answers

Every single point is counted in a tie breaker.First one player serves for one point.Then the next player serves two points.The players change ends af... more

Answered by Sampath Sridhar, 30 May '07 04:47 pm

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