I hope you did well on quiz #003, here are the answers.
Which backhand's contact point with the ball is typically 18 inches in front
of the other backhand?
- One Handed Backhand
In doubles, if one of your opponents is one the deuce side on the baseline
returning a shot where is the strongest position for you and your partner
- Both at net
If you are playing a serve and volley player, where is your best option
for a return of serve of the following choices?
- Hit the ball at their feet
If you hit an approach shot down the line on your opponent's ad side of
the court where should you stand at the net to prepare to hit the volley?
- Slightly to the right of the center of the court
What is more likely to make you hit a serve into the net?
- Tossing the ball to far out in front
If you are on the baseline and your opponent hits a great angle and makes
you run way out of the court to get the ball, what is your best option of
play, assuming your opponent stayed on the baseline and did not approach
- Lob the ball with topspin
Which serve gives you the most time to get to the net for serve and volley
- Kick Serve
If someone hits a lob and is far away from the self of the court what
is your best play?
- Hit an overhead before the ball bounces
If your opponent is tall and has a two-handed backhand what might be an
effective shot to their backhand?
- Low slice shots
If your opponent is short with a one-handed backhand what might be an effective
shot to their backhand?
- Lots of topspin hit deep into the court