the ball must first contact the front wall and it has to land between theshort line and the glass wall.
The server must be standing within the service zone and theserver’s partner must be standing in any one of the two service boxes on thesides of the service zone.
Should a player fault their first serve, he/she has a secondattempt. A second fault results in a side-out. A fault occurs when:
: The player or the player’s racket must remain within theservice zone until the ball crosses the short line
: The ball’s rebound off of the front wall lands ON or INFRONT of the short line
: The ball’s rebound off of the front wall and hits the glasswall before bouncing on the ground.
: The ball may bounce off of the front wall and ONE sidewall before bouncing on the floor. It is a fault if it rebounds off of both side walls before bouncing on the floor.
: The ball rebounds off of the front wall and bounces off of theceiling.
Serving without bouncing the ball.
: Serving a ball that causes the rebound to be so close to theserver or when the server has to dodge the ball preventing a clearview of the serve for the receiver.
Hitting your partner with your serve or a player servingtwice in a row after losing the previous rally.
Replay hinders result in a point being replayed at first servewhereas penalty hinders result in the loss of a point.Replay Hinders: Self-Ref, up to discretion of players or coordinator.
Any player can call a hinder on their opponent if they feel as if theycould’ve had a more advantageous return due to unintentionalblocking or contact. This also applies to a players backswing that maybe impaired by unintentional body/racket contact.
Anytime the player/team hits an opponent with a return shot. If theball would obviously not rebound off of the wall, it is not considered ahinder.
A player may call a reasonable hinder if they feel as though theirracket swing or return shot may strike the opponent.