Learn the 4 simple things you need to know to play a Tiebreaker tennis.
1 - Who serves?
The next player to in the rotation serves one point. You continue the service rotation with each player serving 2 points. And this rotation continues till the end of the Tiebreaker for both the 12 Point and Super Tiebreaker. The team that served at 6 games all starts serving the next set.
Where to Serve
The first person to serve serves to the deuce court serving only 1 point. Each player after the first server serves to the ad court and then the deuce court serving 2 points.
When to switch sides of the court
With the 12 Point and Super Tiebreaker, you switch sides of the court every 6 points. For the Coman Tiebreakers you switch sides of the court after the first point and every 4 points thereafter.
When the Tiebreaker ends
With the 12 Point Tiebreakers you must win by 2 points, you win the tiebreaker when you get to 7 points if you are leading by 2 points. If you are tied at 6 points you continue playing until someone has a 2 point advantage and they win the Tiebreaker. You cannot win the Tiebreaker 7-6 it must be 7-5 or 8-6 or greater. The Super Tiebreaker works the same way except you play to 10 points, but you must win by 2 points again.