The backcourt high-altitude ball is a commonly used ser […]
The backcourt high-altitude ball is a commonly used serve in singles. It is required to send the ball to the opponent's end line, forcing the opponent to retreat and counterattack, making it difficult for the opponent to attack. Although the arc is high and the flight time is long, but because of the distance from the net, the ball falls vertically from the height, and the opponent with poor offensive skills is more difficult to suppress.
Send the ball to the outer corner of the bottom line of the left and right teeing areas of the opponent. You can mobilize the opponent to the corner of the bottom line, so that you can open the opponent's position before hitting the opponent's diagonal net. In particular, the outer corner of the bottom line of the left field is the opponent's backhand area, which is the main target of the attack.
However, when sending the outer corner of the right field, you should be wary of the opponent's backcourt area attacking with a straight flat ball. If the ball is sent to the inner corner of the left and right half of the bottom line of the opponent's teeing ground, the opponent can be prevented from attacking both sides with a fast straight line.