Tennis technique: the passing shot

Tennis skills : The passing shot

Check out the passing shot, a special shot that's one of the hardest to play. It's a shot that can come in very useful when you're pinned to the back of the court and your opponent is dominating the rally.

Nicolas Escudé and Damien Caby tell you, step by step, how to play the perfect passing shot.

Tennis technique: The passing shot



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