Regarding the counting of points, the most important thing to remember is that only the team in the service can score points. And if the serving team commits a foul (for example, if it has not been able to return the ball within the opponent’s field of play), the opposing team does not score a point but gets the chance to serve. In doubles, before losing control of the service, both team members must have had the opportunity to serve. If a team scores a point, the same player continues to serve. If the serving team makes a mistake, it is the turn of the second member to serve. After a second fault, the other team takes control of the service. However, as being the first team to serve has a certain advantage, only one player on the team is allowed to serve for the first exchange. After this exchange, the game follows the normal rules of service. Generally, the first team to score 11 points wins the game. However, there must be at least 2 points difference between the two teams. So in the event of a 10 point tie, the first team to get a 2 point lead will win the game.
Differences between double and single
In doubles, at the time of serving, the server announces 3 numbers the score of the team serving, the score of the opposing team, then 1 or 2 depending on whether the server is the first or the second to serve in his team. In simple, the server does not need to specify the third number. Another small detail in simple when the score of the server is even (0, 2, 4, 6), it will serve automatically from the right side of the court, and from the left side when its pointing is odd (1, 3, 5). Here are several times in the space of a short time that I receive questions about setting up a personal ringtone on his iPhone when receiving a call. Here is a tutorial to define one of his music as a ringtone on his iPhone!
Follow the following instructions to set the ringtone on your iPhone
The tutorial below does not require jailbreak or third party application. You only need your iPhone, USB connection cable, iTunes software and music of your choice.
Here are a few steps how to set one of our songs as an iPhone ringtone!
Step 1) Open the music you want to ring in iTunes, then right click on it so you can go to “Get information”.
Step 2) a window opens, two things to do. Go to the “Infos” tab to rename the music with the word “title of the song ringtone”. Go to the “Options” tab and select the music period you want with the “Start” and “End” fields. A piece of twenty seconds is enough. Once finished, click OK at the bottom right.
Step 3) in iTunes, click on the song and click on “Create AAC Version” this operation takes about 2 seconds.
Step 4) Right clicks on this song, then go back to “Get Info” and then to the “Illustrations” tab. Check that there are no album covers. If there is one, delete it and then click on the OK button on the bottom right.
Step 5) now goes get your file regarding this song in the iTunes directory on your computer. If you do not know where to look, you can find the exact location by right clicking on the song (in iTunes) and then in the “Summary” tab.
Step 6) once you have found your music file you can change its extension by putting .m4r at the end.
Step 7) then open this piece of music with iTunes, normally a new section “Sounds” on iTunes should appear.
Step 8) in iTunes, open the “Sounds” tab in the heading of your iPhone. Click on “Synchronize sounds” then “All sounds”.
Step 9) now clicks on the “Synchronize” button at the bottom right, wait a few moments.
Step 10) on your iPhone, go to the setting of ringtones, your music appears!
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