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What is a pantheon shot?

A pantheon shot refers to a hard hitting shot hurled at the fastest speeds.


What does your non-hitting hand do in tennis?

Your non-hitting hand holds the tennis racquet at the throat (below the strings but above the grip), so when you are getting ready for a shot, your non-hitting hand moves the tennis racquet back so your hitting hand does not get tired of moving the racquet back and swinging at the ball.


What is the direction of the player's momentum when hitting a slice in tennis?

As with most any other shot in tennis, hitting a slice requires the player to be moving forward, which puts his/her weight behind the shot (in that respect, the concept is similar to that of bowling, boxing, baseball, football, etc).


What is a high tennis shot called?

A high tennis shot is called a "lob"** By a "high tennis shot" I assume you mean a shot that YOU hit


In tennis what do you call hitting a shot with no pace?

It is a non-aggresssive shot So the other player can attack (build) and so probably will win the point. So you don't want to hit slow shots you want to hit relatively hard shots. But of course young players build there muscles later in life so there is a different game plan for them.


In tennis what is the forecourt?

it's refers to the side of the forehand ground shot, which from a southern perspective is right, from a northern, still right.


What is a challenge in tennis?

Challenges in tennis include: placing a shot were you want it, know what the oppenents shot might be, reacting to a oppenents shot.


What is a chop shot in tennis?

a chop shot is a.k.a. a slice which is a shot with backspin


What is the first shot in a tennis rally called?

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