Dr. Frank Brettschneider - Common Tennis Terms
Board certified in otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, and orofacial plastic surgery, Frank Brettschneider, DO, currently serves as president of Port Huron Ear, Nose, and Throat in Port Huron, Michigan. In his spare time, Dr. Frank Brettschneider enjoys boating, hiking, traveling, and playing tennis.

A few of the most common terms used in the game of tennis include the following:

Lob – A lob is a shot that is hit high and deep into the opposing player’s court. Similar to a passing shot, a lob is typically hit when one player rushes the net, leaving the backcourt open.

Overhead shot – Also known as a smash, an overhead shot is one that is hit over the head either while the ball is in play, on the fly, or once the ball bounces.

Passing shot – A passing shot is a backhand or forehand that is hit past an opposing player while he or she is standing at or near the net.
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