A strike of the ball on the side of the preferred hand. The palm of the hand tends to face the ball. E.g. a right handed player would hit the ball from the right.
An groud stroke is a forehand or backhand that the ball is lower than a regular shot when you hit it. It usually has topspin.
That's called a forehand. On the opposite side, it's called a backhand.
there are basically two types of how you can hit forehand backhand forehand in any sport means using the side of your palm to hit the object and backhand means using the opposit side of your palm to hit. according to my knowledge i think this is the answer. hope this helped. :)
NO "part" you use a bat ...
Usually when you hit a ball foul, it means that you didn't make solid contact with the ball when you hit it. (Usually the ball is skimmed on some part of the bat or it is hit too far on the end or inside of the bat.) If you want to try to get fouls, try to hit the ball really early or really late, resulting in a solid hit outside of the lines, but still counting as a foul ball.
yes but the ball must hit the top part of your fist
A forehand shot in Badminton is where the shuttlecock is hit forward with the racquet without crossing the upper body as in a backhand shot.
On a personal level, it all depends on your skill. As a comparison, the fastest a professional has hit a forehand was 120 mph (by Gael Monfils), and 155 mph on a serve (by Andy Roddick).
In singles...the ball hit inside of the side double lines. In doubles...the ball hit outside of the side double lines.