Ever been in a match where you or your partner got into a dispute with opponents about the rules? Most of us have–and it’s not fun.
From calling foot faults to handling hindrances, USTA officials Brett Haberstick and Howard McGee help clarify the rules in a range of common situations in this special presentation to fellow athletes at the 2017 US Tennis Congress.
Questions or similar situations to share? Please share them with Brett and Howard in the comments section below!
Editor’s Note: Check out USTA’s Friend at Court (2018 edition), the book of rules and regulations under which tennis is played in the United States
Very well written article! Can’t wait to read more of your amazing work.
What options, in terms of positioning–net and baseline–are there for changing ends in doubles?