I know it sounds weird but its true... its called a hobblegot!
I believe you are referring to "volley." A person serves and then volleys.
To win a point at table tennis you need to make the ball bounce on your opponents side of the table, without it having bounced on your side first. If your opponent cannot return the shot in the same manner, you win the point.
A high tennis shot is called a "lob"** By a "high tennis shot" I assume you mean a shot that YOU hit
Amadeus was the first baseball player to take his shot!
Challenges in tennis include: placing a shot were you want it, know what the oppenents shot might be, reacting to a oppenents shot.
It was the "Shot Heard Around the World".
The name for a generic shot in tennis is a stroke. Strokes include forehands, backhands, volleys, drop shots, lobs, approach shots, serves, returns, groundstrokes, half-volleys, lob volleys, overheads, etc.
a chop shot is a.k.a. a slice which is a shot with backspin
they call it that because it was the first shot of the revolutionary war and that is what started it too.
a shot with no spin.