Translation of foot fault in Spanish:

foot fault

falta de pie, n.

Pronunciation ///ˈfʊt ˌfɔlt/


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    falta de pie feminine
    • Williams admitted to being a little rusty, which showed in several double faults and foot faults.
    • Hewitt serves his second double fault of the match and is then called for a foot fault to give Federer a set point.
    • ‘Maybe I got a little lucky with that foot-fault call, but I still felt like I started to play better and better,’ Federer said.
    • Hewitt was serving at 2-3 and 30-30 in the second set when he was called for a questionable foot-fault.
    • He famously mooned a referee, threw a shoe at a baseline judge who kept calling foot faults and changed both his shirt and his shorts on court during a match.
    • In the second set, a linesman calls a foot-fault on him and cops a subsequent brat-attack barrage from Lleyton at the end of the game.

intransitive verb

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    cometer una falta de pie