Half-volley



[haf-vol-ee, hahf-] /ˈhæfˌvɒl i, ˈhɑf-/

verb (used with or without object), half-volleyed, half-volleying.
1.
to make or stroke with a half volley.
noun
1.
(in tennis, racquets, etc.) a stroke in which the ball is hit the moment it bounces from the ground.
noun
1.
a stroke or shot in which the ball is hit immediately after it bounces
verb
2.
to hit or kick (a ball) immediately after it bounces

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