The trajectory of the ball is high and far, and the bal […]
The trajectory of the ball is high and far, and the ball is perpendicular to the ground when it falls, and the ball near the bottom line of the opposing field is called the highball. In singles matches, this kind of serve often forces the opponent to retreat to the furthest bottom line to pick up the serve. If the quality of the lofty ball sent out is good, it can limit the other side's offensive skills to a certain extent, making it difficult for the other party to organize an offense immediately when receiving the lofty ball. When the opponent's strength is not enough, sending a high ball can also make the other person consume more energy. Serving Tips Prepare your posture before serving.
When serving, the left hand lifts the ball to the right front of the body and naturally lowers it to drop the ball. At the same time, the right hand holds the arm and drives the small arm to move from the right rear to the front and to the upper left. When the ball falls to the right arm, straight forward and downward, it can reach the ball momentarily, grip the racket, and use the power of the wrist to force the ball forward and upwards. After hitting the ball, the racquet struts to the left and swings the cushion.
Difficult movements that are prone to high-altitude shots; rigid misalignment between putting and swing; hitting points close to the body or being too far away; holding too tightly to devote effort to reach the goal; after serving, the racket does not follow the trend to the upper left Instead of waving the cushion, I waved to the upper right and so on. When sending out a high ball, if the above-mentioned erroneous movements occur, you should carefully control the high-altitude ball's movement essentials, and refer to the practice method of serving in the “basic technique practice method”.