US Tennis Association Rule #29 and #30
When to serve and receive
29. Receiver readiness The receiver shall play to the reasonable pace of the server. The receiver should make no effort to return a serve when the receiver is not ready. If a player attempts to return a serve, then the receiver is presumed to be ready.
30. Delays during service When the server’s second service motion is interrupted by a ball coming onto the court, the server is entitled to two serves. When there is a delay between the first and second serves:
• the server gets one serve if the server was the cause of the delay;
• the server gets two serves if the delay was caused by the Receiver or if there was outside interference.
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