Play following the cut
three or more hits in a limited number of days. The Game's greatest have shown an uncanny ability to cluster hits and fly past competitors into the lead. Great rallies include: Dr. Death's 3 hits/18 points of July 3-12, 1971, and his 3 hits/15 points of November 25-December 14, 1974, to come from behind and win the Gran Prix his fourth and final time; D. Perriman, Sr.'s 4 hits/14 points of May 30-June 11, 1976 and his 5 hits/12 points of December 1977 to tie for the Gran Prix; Razor's 3 hits/13 points of February 23-24, 1990; Flatliners' Silver Bobcat-bagging rally of 6 hits/21 points from January 22-February 9, 1995. The Game's most explosive rally, however, occurred in May of 1998, when the Depopulators scored 25 points from May 7th to 14th, capped by four hits in one day.
The alternating exchange of shots after the serve that ends either with a point or sideout.
The period of play from the time the served ball , from the wall, passes the short line until one side fails to return the ball.
The exchange, the playing of alternating shots.
A situation in which both players exchange a series of shots, usually from their respective baselines.
(sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes; "after a short rally Connors won the point"
The continuous exchange of shots between players, beginning with a serve and ending when one player fails to successfully return the ball.
Exchange of shots while the shuttle is in play.
An exchange of shots leading to a point or service change.
Period from the time the ball is served until play stops, and one point is scored.
(Following the service of a tennis ball) A series of return hits of the ball that ends when one or other player fails to return the ball within the court boundary or fails to return a ball that falls within the play area.
A series of good shots exchanged between players. Also a term used for the type of practice where players intentionally hit balls back and forth to each other.
Exchange of strokes. Probably came into use after the notorious fight during the 24-hours men's doubles in Monte Carlo (1917).
The period during which the ball is in play.
The act of hitting the ball back and forth over the net.
The exchange of shots that decides each point.
A long exchange of strokes.
The exchange of plays that decides each point.
when the ball is hit backwards and forwards between the two players until one of them misses it or makes a mistake
Play exchange between two or more players.
an exchange of the shuttle between opponents by a series of strokes
The hitting of the ball back and forth, commencing with the serve and ending when a point is won.
A service only or service and any number of returns of the ball, ending when the ball ceases to be in play.
A series of strikes of the ball - a rally commences with a serve and concludes when the ball ceases to be in play.
An extended exchange of shots between players or sides.
An alternating exchange of shots after the serve that is continued until play ends, through either a point or sideout.
the act of two players hitting the ball back and forth continuously, even briefly.