ThE FOREHAND VOLLEY
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THE FOREHAND VOLLEY PART 1
The Forehand Open Plane Straight Defensive Volley Drive, Straight Attacking Volley Drive and Straight Volley Drop Part 1 The Backswing
On this occasion, just prior to the forward swing beginning the player collapses at the elbow joint to approximately 70 degrees, however, the player may not collapse the arm, unless the contact point is extremely high where the arm always collapses, and on this occasion to approximately 45 degrees.
The Forehand Open Plane Straight Defensive Volley Drive, Straight Attacking Volley Drive and Straight Volley Drop Part 2 The Forward Swing
When volleying the ball above waist height whether the player defends soft and deep, attacks with a hard drive or attacks with a soft drop, the player uses the Clock to identify the contact area.
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