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Rules of Tennis ITF

Rules of Tennis ITF

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The following Rules of Tennis and Cases and Decisions are the official
rules of the International Tennis Federation (ITF), of which the United
States Tennis Association (USTA) is a member. USTA Comments have
the same weight and force in USTA tournaments as do ITF Cases and
Decisions.
The following Rules of Tennis and Cases and Decisions are the official
rules of the International Tennis Federation (ITF), of which the United
States Tennis Association (USTA) is a member. USTA Comments have
the same weight and force in USTA tournaments as do ITF Cases and
Decisions.

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3.Warm-up is not practice. Aplayer should provide the opponent a
5-minute warm-up (ten minutes if there are no ballpersons). If a player refuses
to warm up the opponent, the player forfeits the right to a warm-up. Some
players confuse warm-up and practice. Each player should make a special
effort to hit shots directly to the opponent. (If partners want to warm each
other up while their opponents are warming up, they may do so.)
4.Warm-up serves and returns. Aplayer should take all warm-up serves
before the first serve of the match. A player who returns serves should return
them at a moderate pace in a manner that does not disrupt the server.

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