Idiom of the Week: “Ball is in your court”

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When I think of this week’s idiom; Tennis always come to mind. Personally, I never truly understood why. This is why I decided that this week’s idiom would be (the) ball is in your court. It originally came for the game of tennis; which is rather interesting right?

the ball is in someone’s court

Meaning:
to be someone else’s move, play, or turn. (From tennis.)
Examples:
The ball’s in your court now.
You do something. I can’t do anything as long as the ball is in John’s court.
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