A volley in tennis is a shot that is hit before the ball bounces on the ground.
The noun "volley" is used as a collective noun for a volley of shots; a term used for gunfire or for tennis.
The noun "volley" is a standard collective noun for a volley of shots; a term used for gunfire or for tennis.
In table tennis, the ball must bounce on your side of the table before you hit it, so you can't use a volley.
Yes, a volley is a legal stroke in tennis, as long as contact is made on one's own side of the net, and no contact is made with the net.
Forehand Backhand serve volley smash
It can be volley ball, and tennis
That's called a 'volley',
In tennis there is singles, and doubles. In both there is playing baseline/server, alley/net/volley.