Swipe: Use the racket to rub the left and right lower parts of the ball and the bottom of the ball holder to roll the ball right or left over the net.
Swipe the ball: Sweep the ball from the left, right, shoulder, waist and above of the body. Smash: Slant the ball hit by the opponent on the highest possible hitting point. This kind of ball has great power, straight arc and fast landing, which is a great threat to the opponent. It is the main technique of the offense.
Pushing: It is to push the ball in front of the net hit by the opponent to the two bottom corners of the opponent’s backcourt. The arc of the ball is lower and the speed is higher.
Picking the ball: It is a passive defensive technique that throws the lob or the net ball hit by the opponent high and returns to the opponent’s backcourt.
Throwing the ball: When the opponent sends out the ball in front of the net or hits the ball in front of the net, when the ball just goes over the top of the net, quickly hit the net and push down.
Hook: It is a technical action of hitting the opponent’s left (right) side with the ball on the right (left) side of the net.