It is when you hit the shuttlecock with a racquet by using the backhand stroke
Backhand shots in tennis and badminton are very similar. What you do to play a backhand shot is to bring the hand holding the racket across your body and play at the ball/shuttle from there.
One player is near the net and the other player plays the ball past him using his backhand stroke.
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.
In tennis, the backhand stroke will have more power if the weight is equally on both feet as the racket is swung. If the backhand stroke is a weak link for the player, it is also good to lean into the shot with the body to promote more stability.
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serve let volly forehand backhand backspin kickserve approach shot smash,slam
Forehand, Backhand, Smash, Volley and Serve(which i dont think is counted as a shot)
slap shot wrist shot snap shot backhand tip in backhand wristshot
generally when its behind him on his left hand side. also whenever its on his left hand side but you wouldn't call it a backhand shot either a backhand net or block
Wrist shot, slap shot (clapper), snap shot and backhand
A backhand is a shot in racquet sports made across the chest from the off-hand side to the racquet hand side.