foot fault definition

  • noun:
    • Sports A fault against the server, such as playing tennis, called for failure to help keep both foot behind the beds base line.
    • A fault in which the server's foot is placed inside the court or on incorrect half the baseline, prior to the baseball becoming struck, resulting in a foul offer.
    • Sports A fault resistant to the server, such as tennis, called for failure to help keep both legs behind the beds base range.
    • A fault where in fact the host's foot is positioned in the court or in the incorrect 50 % of the baseline, prior to the ball becoming struck, resulting in a foul serve.
    • Sports A fault from the server, like in tennis, required failure to help keep both legs behind the bottom range.
    • A fault where in fact the host's foot is placed in the judge or on the wrong half of the standard, ahead of the ball becoming hit, leading to a foul offer.
    • Sports A fault up against the server, such as playing tennis, called for failure maintain both feet behind the base line.
    • Sports A fault from the server, as in playing tennis, called for failure to keep both feet behind the base line.
    • Sports A fault against the host, such as playing tennis, required failure to help keep both legs behind the beds base range.
    • A fault where in actuality the host's foot is put in the court or from the wrong half the baseline, prior to the baseball being hit, causing a foul serve.
    • A fault in which the server's base is positioned inside the court or from the incorrect 1 / 2 of the baseline, prior to the baseball being struck, resulting in a foul serve.
    • Sports A fault contrary to the host, such as playing tennis, called for failure to help keep both foot behind the beds base range.
    • A fault where the host's foot is put inside the court or regarding wrong 1 / 2 of the standard, prior to the ball being hit, resulting in a foul serve.
    • Sports A fault up against the host, as in tennis, required failure maintain both feet behind the bottom line.
    • A fault where in fact the server's base is positioned in the court or regarding the wrong 1 / 2 of the standard, ahead of the baseball being hit, causing a foul serve.
    • A fault where the host's foot is positioned within the judge or from the wrong half the baseline, prior to the baseball becoming hit, leading to a foul offer.

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