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Rules of Beach Tennis, Rule 1: Net height • The height of the net in all men’s competitions (at World Tour Category BT100 and above) shall be 1.8 m. Rules of Beach Tennis, Appendix III: The Ball • Beach Tennis tournaments may use Stage 2 tennis balls in alternative colours to those specified in the Rules (e.g. blue and yellow, purple and yellow, purple and orange, purple
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What is the toilet break rule in tennis? As per the ATP rulebook, a player is entitled to one (1) toilet break during a best of three-set match and two (2) toilet breaks during a best of five-set match. On the other side, the WTA rulebook entitles a player to one toilet break per match.
2019 Age Eligibility Rule (AER) Highlights: A 14-year-old may play up to 8 professional events (WTA & ITF Women's Circuit), no more than 3 of which can have prize... A 15-year-old may play up to 10 professional events (WTA & ITF Women's Circuit), WTA Championships (if she qualifies),... A ...
The rules stated, “If a player is bleeding, the chair umpire must stop play as soon as possible, and the Sports Physiotherapist must be called to the court by the chair umpire for evaluation and treatment. The Sports Physiotherapist, in conjunction with the tournament doctor of appropriate, will evaluate the source of the bleeding and will request a medical timeout for treatment if necessary.”