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Backhand: Hitting the ball with the back of the racquet hand facing the ball at the moment of contact.
Backhand Shot: When a shot is taken with the back of the stick, and the shot is a reverse motion from the normal motion the player would typically use.
Backhander: A shot that is taken from the backside of the blade.
Forehand Shot: This just means to shoot the puck in a forward motion. This is the most common way to shoot a puck in hockey. See also backhand shot.
Volley: A forehand or backhand shot executed before the ball bounces in the court.
Groundstroke: A forehand or backhand shot that is executed after the ball bounces once on the court
Inside-Out: Running around one side (e.g. The backhand side) and hitting a crosscourt shot
Squash Shot: A forehand or backhand shot typically hit on the run from a defensive position, either with slice, or from behind the player's stance.
Groundies: A forehand or backhand shot that is executed after the ball bounces once on the court
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