The serve is one of the more difficult shots for a novice, but once mastered it can be a considerable advantage. Advanced players can hit the serve in many different ways and often use it as an offensive weapon to gain an advantage in the point or to win it outright. Because of this, players above beginner level are expected to win most of their service games, and the ability to break an opponent's serve plays a crucial role in a match.

For any serve, the server stands behind the baseline without touching it. For the first point of any game , the server stands to the right of the center point of the baseline and serves diagonally across the net to the left side (from the server's perspective) of the court, into the service box which extends to the service line about midway into the opponent's court. For the second point of the game, the serve is diagonally from the left to the right side of the court, and for each subsequent point of the same game the positioning is the opposite of that on the previous point.

A good serve occurs when a legally delivered ball lands in the cross-court service box or on any line bounding it without touching anything in flight.

The serve is one of the more difficult shots for a novice, but once mastered it can be a considerable advantage. Advanced players can hit the serve in many different ways and often use it as an offensive weapon to gain an advantage in the point or to win it outright. Because of this, players above beginner level are expected to win most of their service games, and the ability to break an opponent's serve plays a crucial role in a match.

For any serve, the server stands behind the baseline without touching it. For the first point of any game , the server stands to the right of the center point of the baseline and serves diagonally across the net to the left side (from the server's perspective) of the court, into the service box which extends to the service line about midway into the opponent's court. For the second point of the game, the serve is diagonally from the left to the right side of the court, and for each subsequent point of the same game the positioning is the opposite of that on the previous point.

A good serve occurs when a legally delivered ball lands in the cross-court service box or on any line bounding it without touching anything in flight.

Most of the time, the least expensive local process service company will get the job done.  You won't need us for a simple service.

Every once in a while though, your subject will prove to be adept at avoiding service, or may even just work odd hours that your low paid process server isn't willing to work.  That's when you you will need our expertise.

Difficult to serve cases are our specialty, and our success rate is 99.9%.  We are willing to go the extra mile, serving very early in the morning, late in the evening, or just waiting for the subject to arrive home or exit the home.

The serve is one of the more difficult shots for a novice, but once mastered it can be a considerable advantage. Advanced players can hit the serve in many different ways and often use it as an offensive weapon to gain an advantage in the point or to win it outright. Because of this, players above beginner level are expected to win most of their service games, and the ability to break an opponent's serve plays a crucial role in a match.

For any serve, the server stands behind the baseline without touching it. For the first point of any game , the server stands to the right of the center point of the baseline and serves diagonally across the net to the left side (from the server's perspective) of the court, into the service box which extends to the service line about midway into the opponent's court. For the second point of the game, the serve is diagonally from the left to the right side of the court, and for each subsequent point of the same game the positioning is the opposite of that on the previous point.

A good serve occurs when a legally delivered ball lands in the cross-court service box or on any line bounding it without touching anything in flight.

Most of the time, the least expensive local process service company will get the job done.  You won't need us for a simple service.

Every once in a while though, your subject will prove to be adept at avoiding service, or may even just work odd hours that your low paid process server isn't willing to work.  That's when you you will need our expertise.

Difficult to serve cases are our specialty, and our success rate is 99.9%.  We are willing to go the extra mile, serving very early in the morning, late in the evening, or just waiting for the subject to arrive home or exit the home.

Servanthood requires a mental shift, a change in your attitudes. God is always more interested in why we do something than in what we do. Attitudes count more than achievements. King Amaziah lost Gods favor because "He did what was right in the sight of the Lord, yet not with a true heart." Real servants serve God with a mindset of five attitudes:

They focus on others, not themselves. This is true humility: not thinking less of ourselves but thinking of ourselves less. Paul said, Forget yourselves long enough to lend a helping hand. This is what it means to "lose your life"- forgetting yourself in service to others. When we stop focusing on our needs, we become aware of the needs around us.

Jesus "emptied himself by taking on the form of a servant." When was the last time you emptied yourself for someone elses benefit? You cant be a servant if youre full of yourself. Its only when we forget ourselves that we do the things that deserve to be remembered.

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