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Clear Shot High and Deep
Smash Fast and steep downward
Drop Shot Slow and Low
Rally/Volley An exchange of shots leading to a point
What are games of doubles played too? 21 and winning team must win by 2 points
Where should you hit the birdie? Where your opponent is not standing
Side by side formation Best for playing defense with the whole court covered, center line is a weakness bc both players are at the front of the court
Front and back formation Best for playing offense, both players are in a good place where you can either do a drop shot or a smash
In and out formation combination of the side by side and front and back, players play both ways.
Drop Shot Cues keep wrist locked, birdie will clear the net and fall in front of your opponents serving line.
Smash Shot Cues Closed racket face, contact birdie in front of your face, birdie will fall down sharp
Clear Shot Cues Chose forehand, backhand, or overhand, step w opposite foot, and open racket face
Serve Cues Opposite foot slightly forward, racket head below your belt, and location
Created by: haileyhoefer