A tennis rally occurs when players hit the ball multiple times, usually after it bounces, while a volley is a ball hit out of the air before it lands. Players rally as part of a warmup, practice or...
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In tennis terms, a volley occurs when a player hits the ball directly out of the air, not allowing the ball to bounce on the court first. If the ball hits the ground and the player uses a groundstroke (forehand or backhand) that is considered a rally.
Serve-and-volley players do not want to stay back and rally from the baseline. They often do not have consistent enough groundstrokes to sustain long rallies or be aggressive from the baseline. If they do not follow their second serve or return of serve to the net, keep your shots deep in order to keep them at the baseline and rally.
A Brief Look at Some Tennis Stats. Here are some more interesting stats from today’s game (Brain Game Tennis). Rally lengths of 0-4 shots are the most common, on average, and occur about 70% of the time (on both the male and female circuits). Rally lengths between 5-8 shots occur about 20% of the time and the remaining 9 and up rally lengths occur about 10% of the time.
Volley Alley Rally (volley accuracy, ground-strokes control) One or Nothing (volleys accuracy, ground-strokes consistency) Mini-tennis (soft touch, match play) Deeper (ground-strokes accuracy) The Service Game (serve, match play) Serving in a Row (serve practice, placement) O-U-T (serving under pressure) Macho Serve (serving under pressure)