Approach Shot

It pertains to a type of setup shot used by a player as he/she approaches the net. An approach shot is much faster than the usual shots used in rallies and typically uses the underspin a kind of groundstroke which is executed using a topspin or underspin as the player approaches the net. A groundstroke here is defined as a backhand or forehand shot that is used after the ball bounces once within the court. or topspin style.

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