It counts. Actually ironically, almost the same thing happened to me today . My friends and I were playing Canadian doubles and my friend hit a drop shot which spun on the net cord for like 3 seconds before dropping into our court. It was actually pretty amazing
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bouchard - karatantcheva - larcher de brito - voegele - lim - mladenovic
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If the ball stays on the net cord forever you lose the point, since when you hit the ball it has to reach your oponnent`s side.
Gabriela Sabatini 2006 HOF 18 Grand Slam SF´s, Won 27 titles, 1 GS Sin, 1 GS in Dubs,2 Masters Sabatini vs Martinez ? Seasons in the top ten: Sabatini 10 Conchita 9 Straight Seasons in the top ten: Sabatini 10 Conchita 6 Seasons in the top 5: Sabatini 6 Conchita 5 Straight seasons in the top 5: Sabatini 6 Conchita 4 Tier II and above titles
Sabatini 24 Martinez 17 Record at the Masters
Sabatini has 2 titles 2 Runner up and 3 SF
Martinez has 0 titles, 0 RU, and 0 Sf Record against the best players
Sabatini 40% Martinez 21% Head to Head
Sabatini leads 9-6 over Martinez FWTT Hard 111(111 + ny)Carpet 104(104 + ny)Clay 107(107 + 4) Grass 100(100 ny)
If this ball is sitting on the net cord is there a time limit for how long it can stay there before a ball person is told to get it or does everyone have to wait until there is some quantum effect and it falls off? Otherwise the match would make a Conchita special look short by comparison?
It doesn't matter how long it stays on the net cord, lol. and fammmedspin, if you ever do see a ball that lands on the netcord and just refuses to go over on either side, call guiness because that has never ever happened before!