Topspin lobs are a great tennis shot to have. A topspin lob adds depth to your game and keeps your opponent guessing. Instead of always hitting them volleys when they are at the net, slip in a few topspin lobs. You better hit the topspin lob properly because if you don't, your opponent will most likely crush it in your face. A topspin pulls your opponent out of position on the court as they run down the lob. A topspin lob is not for singles only. It can be highly effective when both opponents are at the net in doubles as well. To hit a topspin lob you brush up the back of the ball from 6 0'clock to 12 o'clock similar to how you would on a topspin groundstroke. However, you need height. Open up your racquet face so that it is angled more towards the sky. This will help get the trajectory you need. Also make sure to hit with authority. Otherwise the topspin will fall short. To practice your topspin lob have a partner feed you a forehand. Try to hit a topspin lob that sails high in the air and lands close to the baseline. Do this 10 times and repeat on your backhand.
basic: forehand, backhand, serve, lob. advanced: topspin, slice, flat, and dropshot
Kim Clisters probably has the best top spin lob in the mens or womens game. Not only is it incredibly effective but she uses very often.
You must hit on the top of the ball at the highest point of the bounce.
A high tennis shot is called a "lob"** By a "high tennis shot" I assume you mean a shot that YOU hit
To hit a tennis ball with topspin, at the point of contact with the racquet being perpendicular to the ground, twist your wrist so the face of the racquet with the point of contact with the ball turns towards the ground. You must do this while you are swinging at the ball. Follow through with the ball, which means do not stop as soon as you hit the tennis ball and twist your wrist, but rather let the momentum let you take the racquet more forward after contact with the tennis ball has ceased. The best way to generate topspin is the "high-to-low" concept, by starting with your racquet low and ending up higher. View the Related Link to see a YouTube video of topspin demonstration.
A lob stroke is hit with a low-to-high swing. It is struck to have a high trajectory, well over the height of an opponent at full stretch at the net, and to land near the baseline. A lob can be used defensively, to give oneself time to recover in the point and to force the opponent away from the net, even if the opponent may have an overhead smash as his next shot. Defensive lobs are often hit with underspin. A lob can also be used offensively, to win the point outright. Offensive lobs are often hit with topspin and are especially effective when the opponent's momentum is forward, towards the net. Offensive lobs are more difficult to hit successfully, because of the precise timing required to generate topspin in that motion. Lobs are typically hit as normal groundstokes, but may be hit from a volleying position as well.
the main shot is the backhand and forehand drive but there is also topspin, loop, flick, chop, push, lob, block, chop block and that's all of the main shots.
This is called a Lob
Use an Eastern grip, make contact slightly behind you, swing almost straight up, snap your wrist, and finish on the right side of your body. It's all topspin. Practice by dropping a ball a few feet to your right. Hit the shot on the run when a netrusher volleys out wide to your forehand. You can go behind him crosscourt, go down the line, or open the face for a sweet topspin lob.