The Overhead. It's a shot in tennis that many people flub. They miss it because either a) They try to hit it too hard or b) They are in the wrong position or c) BOTH! Timing is critical so try these two activities to help your Overhead become a winning shot. Work on Overhead timing - Begin at the middle of the service line. Have a partner hit you an overhead shot. Run up and hit the net with your racquet BEFORE you hit the overhead. The catch is that you can only start running towards the net after your opponent hits the ball. Do this drill a few times and you'll work on your fitness level as well! Work on Overhead positioning - Often your opponents will try to hit a passing shot by you while you are at the net. Doubles players may try to sneak a return down the alley, just out of your reach. Step forward towards the ball in a diagonal fashion when your opponent does this. Do not side shuffle because you lose time and won't be able to cover as much tennis court. Begin next to the service line on the outside left alley. Have your partner hit you three volleys. Each volley will make you run farther and farther down the court. After the third volley, your partner will hit you an overhead. Hit the overhead focusing on your foot and body position. Play out the point. Do this exercise 7-10 times. Try these drills to improve your Overhead shot in tennis.
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A high tennis shot is called a "lob"** By a "high tennis shot" I assume you mean a shot that YOU hit
Challenges in tennis include: placing a shot were you want it, know what the oppenents shot might be, reacting to a oppenents shot.
forehand, backhand, serving, scoring(15-30-40-duce-add in/out.....)sprints, back peddle, volley, overhead, approach shot
a chop shot is a.k.a. a slice which is a shot with backspin
"The overhead clear shot is the primary return for a deep serve or deep clear from your opponent" Read more: How to Hit an Overhead Clear Shot in Badminton | eHow.com .ehow.com/how_15934_hit-overhead-clear.html#ixzz1FO4CFn2v Basically a shot that has to be hit over one's head
A biologist could study the tennis players performance and think of ways to improve their performance. Because they study living things, such as humans... they can suggest ways tennis players can improve.
In tennis it's called a ace
a shot with no spin.
an overhead is when the other person hits a high ball in the air and then you go and swing your racket down on the ball so it hits it.
There are several drills you can practice to improve your approach shot. It is important to improve your consistency. It can be tempting to try to always hit your approach shot with pace, but it doesn't matter how hard you hit the ball if you can't get it in the court! Here are two drills you can try to help you improve your approach shot. You will need a partner or work with a tennis instructor on these drills. An effective approach shot is one with a sharp angle. Start at the middle of the service line in the deuce box. Your hitting partner will hit you a short shot that should land half way between the service line and the net so you hit a forehand. Hit a forehand cross court approach shot with topspin. The goal is to have your ball drop in the far corner of the deuce side service box. Go back to your starting position and repeat the shot. It is recommended to do this shot 10-15 times in a row so you can work on endurance and consistency. Then go on to backhand angle approach shot with topspin and repeat the drill. An effective approach shot not only has an angle, but is hit with finesse and "touch". Try "mini tennis". This next activity used to work on touch and consistency. Weave this into your warm up during a match as well. Start at the service line with a partner directly across the net. Begin a rally and try to keep the ball within the service boxes. Count the number of shots you can hit in one rally. See if you can reach 50 consecutive shots without messing up. Use topspin when you are playing mini tennis. Both of these activities should help improve your approach shot.
It's a hard-hit overhead shot that forces the shuttle sharply downward.
Keep playing it over and over again and you find that your reaction speeds improve, your technique will begin to improve. You will also "improve" as you get more used to the table tennis bat. Some bats have more rebound than others etc
Answer Yes! Top-spin is very easy to add on a tennis shot! Making a loop really helps, and coming up ontop of the ball. Top-spin is a great shot and is sure to improve your game!
A volley in tennis is a shot that is hit before the ball bounces on the ground.
Backspin on the shot makes a dropshot
Forehand in tennis is a type of shot that you do with your right hand (if you are left handed you do forehand with your left hand).
Back-hand and forehand shot! :)