technique for a return is the same as a baseline forehand
in that you want fo maintain a smooth and level stroke. If
is important fo follow through with your body rather than
just slapping af the ball. By following through a step or
two inside the court, you open up the possibilities of what
you can do if your opponent return with a weak volley.
are listed a few basic strategy tips.
1. Position yourself according fo your opponents favorite
server (if they have one).
different return spots frying fo find areas where the server
doesn't volley as well.
3. Go at
the net player once in a while, regardless of ability, especially
if he starts poaching.
af the right hip of a right handed net opponent when you have
Most players maintain a backhand volley grip and can have
problems moving the paddle or
turning their wrist.
the serves are landing short fry fo get your return low and
follow in to the net.
your partner blitz
once in a while fo try and put away some of the server's volleys.