A player’s racquet coming out of the hand (or if their shoe comes off), is not the basis for either player/teams claiming a let. A let is never authorized for something within the player's control. (Code 36) **.
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If you drop your tennis racquet during a point, then play would continue unless your opponent calls a let as an unintentional hindrance. If your opponent does call a let, you should replay the point. It’s important to note that if you drop your racquet, you may not call a let.
During the racquet drop the the front foot should have stepped forward. And the front foot should be pointing towards the net post. Racquet Position. After the arm has straighten out the racquet should be allowed to drop on its own. This part of the swing should start in a relatively slow fashion which means just let gravity drop the racquet.
The rules are straightforward. You aren’t allowed to throw a tennis racket at the ball. The racket has to be held in contact with the ball at all times. Dropping the racket on the ground unintentionally is an exemption from rules. If you aim to drop or throw the racket to hit the ball, it’s illegal and causes immediate point loss.
BASIC RULES OF TENNIS AND TENNIS ETIQUETTE ~1ST RULE OF TENNIS~ ALWAYS TREAT YOUR OPPONENTS WITH COURTESY AND RESPECT 1. Server/ Receiver--Players stand on opposite sides of court. The person who delivers/hits the ball is the server and the other the receiver. 2. Spin of racket-- The player that wins the racket spin may choose or require the opponents
Length: the frame of the tennis racket shall not exceed 29 inches (73.7 cm) in overall length, including the handle. Width: the frame of the tennis racket shall not exceed 12.5 inches (31.7 cm) in overall width. Hitting Surface: the hitting surface shall not exceed 15.5 inches (39.4 cm) in overall length and 11.5 inches (29.2 cm) in overall width.
Actually, it is quite the opposite. Your racquet can cross the net as long as it never touches it. This does not mean you can just start reaching across the net to hit balls before they come to your side. ADVERTISEMENT. Before you can hit a return, the ball must first cross over the net to your side of the court. (ITF Rule 24)