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.
That's called a 'volley',
it is called a winner
Usually called a Lob shot. It is used to either draw your opponent to the back of the court or to hit over him if he is at the net.
That is called an ace.
yes, it's a tennis term for a high deep shot.
A shot that bounces twice very close to the net is called a dropshot.
I know it sounds weird but its true... its called a hobblegot!
a chop shot is a.k.a. a slice which is a shot with backspin
there was an 80's movie about a junior girls tennis tour which is actually called "Hit me with your best shot" and had the song in it.
a shot with no spin.
Shooting the basketball in a very high arch. That is called a rainbow shot.