Ace - When a player wins a point after serving an unhittable shot.
Backhand -when the back of your hand facing front.
Baseline - Nothing to do with phat beats. This is the line at the far end of the court.
Cyclops - It's the service line monitor that goes beep if the ball goes outside the service box.
Deuce - This is another way of saying forty-all. It comes from the French word "deux", meaning two, when two people are on the same point.
Double fault - Serving twice out of the court and losing the point.
Forehand - when you hit with your palm facing to the front.
Hawkeye - A piece of technology that can tell if a ball was out or in, even if it was moving too fast for the human judges to have seen.
Let - Play the point again.
Love - A tennis word for zero.
Seeds - The people expected to do well in a tournament.
Serve - When the player hits the ball over the net to start the game.
Set - The main sections of a tennis match (see how to score, above)
Smash - A very fast shot hit by a player.
Spin - Hitting the ball so it spins and bounces so it's hard for the other player to hit (as in 'top spin', 'back spin')
Straight sets - When someone wins a match without losing a set, eg winning three sets to love.
Tiebreak - When the set is drawn at six-all (see how to score, above).
Umpire - The person who decides, like a referee.
Volley - Hitting the ball before it bounces.