Love Fifteen Tennis started in San Diego, CA in 2013. Our founder, April Bisharat earned her Master's in Educational Studies with an emphasis in Coaching and then turned to follow her dreams as a professional tennis player on the WTA tour. After a career ending injury, she decided to turn her passion for tennis and educating into Love Fifteen Tennis & Training.
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In tennis, the server's score is given first, so "love-fifteen" means the server has no points, the opponent has fifteen. The score in a tennis game progresses from love to fifteen to thirty to forty to game.
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Love in the tennis scoring system translates to a score of zero within a single game. For example, if you’re serving and you win the first point of a game, then the score would be 15-love. With that in mind, let’s do a quick review of how the score of love fits into a single game by outlining the point system quickly.
During informal play of tennis, especially at tennis clubs in the U.S. (also in other English speaking countries), score announcements are frequently shortened with the use of abbreviations. For example, a score 15 is replaced with "five", or in some cases "fif". "Love" is often substituted to indicate "zero".
The points progress from love to 15, 30, and 40, which are relatively equivalent to 0,1, 2, and 3 in points per game. For example, if the player serving wins the first point of a game, then the score is "15 - love" or "fifteen (to) love" in their favor.