What type of shot is the lob shot?

A lob shot is a high, soft shot that lands and stops very quickly. If you watch the PGA Tour, you see players hitting lob shots around the green when they have to stop the ball quickly. Many amateur golfers don’t try this shot because of its difficulty.

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Keeping this in view, how do you play lob in tennis?

In respect to this, when would you use the lob return shot in tennis? We all know what an effective shot a lob can be in doubles. It can be used to keep an aggressive net player from picking off your cross-court ball, give you time to get back in position after getting pulled off the court, or show your opponents a change of pace if they’re returning your aggressive shots easily.

Likewise, people ask, how do you hit a flop shot?

How do you defend against a lob in tennis?

How do you beat a counter punch in tennis?

Why would you use a lob in tennis?

In tennis, the goal of the lob shot is to hit a ball over the opponent who is in volley position. The lob can be both a defensive and offensive tactic. But it also can be very frustrating: too short, it helps your opponent shine with a free smash and gives him confidence.

How do you respond to a lob in tennis?

How do I get my lob shot back?

How do I return topspin lob?

Here’s what I propose. Throw back another lob, but make it more of an offensive lob if you can. Hit the lob with some topspin so the ball with bounce high and with some pace, almost more of a moon ball rather than a lob. This will allow you time to get back into position and wait for the return.

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