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Drop Shot - Saturday Morning Tennis!

Mixed doubles and singles action; let's play on! ...

and more on the Drop Shot defined from the "people's encylopedia"  i.e Wikipedia:

A good drop shot requires great touch. The ball should bounce low and near the net, sometimes with underspin (or backspin). Backspin slows the ball and decreases the height of its bounce. In some extreme cases, the ball will bounce back towards the net. Sidespin may also be put on the ball so it kicks sideways when it bounces. A bad drop shot is one that travels too deep into the court, or bounces too high. When this happens, the opponent can get to the ball, and make an easy play. A very soft drop shot, that just barely travels over the net, is sometimes called a dink. (A term possibly borrowed from volleyball.)

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  • Barry B.

    Great time - wish I could have stayed longer!

    May 11, 2014

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