CHANGE: 3.3 No-AD Scoring 3.3.1 Singles Matches 18.104.22.168 The receiver has the choice of advantage court or deuce court, the service on the seventh point, is to be delivered to the nominated court. Doubles Matches The receiving pair has the choice of advantage court or deuce court, the service on the seventh point, is to be delivered to player
Tennis-New rules introduced to shorten men's doubles matches ... and eliminating the advantage rule on deuce games. ... not changed their rules. The ATP said the changes were designed to help ...
When I played tennis in school 40-50 years ago, we referred to 30-30 as “little deuce” and [later] as simply “deuce” as well. If you think about it, the same rule that one needs to win two more points (or, more accurately, to win to more points than one’s opponent) applies to 30-30 as well as 40-40.
If both the players make it 40, then the score is called “deuce.” After deuce, a player must win two consecutive points: the first point, known as “advantage” and the game-winning point. If the opposite player succeeds to score the next point, the game once again returns back to deuce. Scoring A Set
In standard play, scoring beyond a "deuce" score, in which the players have scored three points each, requires that one player must get two points ahead in order to win the game. This type of tennis scoring is known as "advantage scoring" (or "ads"). The side which wins the next point after deuce is said to have the advantage. If they lose the next point, the score is again deuce, since the score is tied.
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In sudden death matches, the team who wins consecutive four points first, wins the game. If deuce happens or scores are tied, then the first team who wins a point after that deuce, is declared winner of that game. For latest sudden death rule changes done by ATP, check out this Eurosport.com article.
But if the score comes to 40-40, this point of equality is called “Deuce”. At deuce, a two points lead is a must to win the game. The next point of deuce is “Advantage”. If a player wins the next point after getting the advantage, wins the game. But, if the opponent played wins that point, the game again comes to “Deuce”.