Q: Which three letter word is the name given to a replayed point in tennis?

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There are 9 tiles containing the letter A and a value of 1 point. There are 2 tiles containing the letter B and a value of 3 points. There are 2 tiles containing the letter C and a value of 3 points. There are 4 tiles containing the letter D and a value of 2 points. There are 12 tiles containing the letter E and a value of 1 point. There are 2 tiles containing the letter F and a value of 4 points. There are 3 tiles containing the letter G and a value of 2 points. There are 2 tiles containing the letter H and a value of 4 points. There are 9 tiles containing the letter I and a value of 1 point. There is 1 tile containing the letter J and a value of 8 points. There is 1 tile containing the letter K and a value of 5 points. There are 4 tiles containing the letter L and a value of 1 point. There are 2 tiles containing the letter M and a value of 3 points. There are 6 tiles containing the letter N and a value of 1 point. There are 8 tiles containing the letter O and a value of 1 point. There are 2 tiles containing the letter P and a value of 3 points. There is 1 tile containing the letter Q and a value of 10 points. There is 6 tiles containing the letter R and a value of 1 point. There are 4 tiles containing the letter S and a value of 1 point. There are 6 tiles containing the letter T and a value of 1 point. There are 4 tiles containing the letter U and a value of 1 point. There are 2 tiles containing the letter V and a value of 4 points. There are 2 tiles containing the letter W and a value of 4 points. There is 1 tile containing the letter X and a value of 8 points. There are 2 tiles containing the letter Y and a value of 4 points. There is 1 tile containing the letter Z and a value of 10 points. There are 2 blank tiles with no face point value.

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Depends on what the call was. If your opponent hits the ball and they call it good, you challenge it and it really was out, you automatically win the point. If it really was in, they get the point. If you hit the ball and its called out, you challenge it, and it was in, the point is replayed. If it really was out, you lose the point.

It is at the umpire's discretion as to whether or not a point is replayed following a challenge. If the umpire feels that the incorrect call made by the linesperson effected the player about to hit the ball, the point is replayed. If the umpire feels that the player would not have been able to get to the ball anyway, then the point is awarded to the other player who challenged correctly. However, because this is the umpire's opinion, players frequently argue that the point should be replayed/awarded directly to them depending on the circumstances.

Yes, if the ball hits the net on the serve and then bounces in, it is let. This means the point will be replayed. There can be infinite lets in a row. Also, if there is an interruption, such as a ball bouncing on the court, a let will be played.

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You get two chances to serve per point. If you hit the ball out or into the net ther first time, you get one more chance, and if you do it again the second time, you lose the point. Also it should be noted that if the ball hits the net and goes in, the serve is replayed; this is called a let.

point is a point but point is a point

Kate Winslet had a role in the 2005 tennis film, Match Point. However, Winslet resigned the role before shooting began and the role was given to Scarlet Johansson.

It is not always the case. If a ball called out is successfully challenged the point is replayed because the opponent probably did not attempt to return the ball because of it being called OUT. However, when a first service called in is successfully challenged, the player just has the second service left.

For a given play, there is only one service unless there is a "let" (ball touches the net or opponent not ready). A failed service is a point for the opponent. This is different from tennis where a service fault allows another serve.

The point of tennis is to keep the ball within bounds on the opposite side of the net from yourself, and to be the last person to do so.

You lose the point and your opponent wins the point.