The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over the shoulders of the blade

The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over

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The grip wherein the forefinger and thumb reach over the shoulders of the blade, with the other fingers spread over the back. (table tennis) Select one:a. western grip
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b. handshake gripc. penhold gripd. eastern grip In badminton, ___ is the stroke used to initiate play and used to begin each point in the match. This refers to the line running parallel to the net in the badminton court. The variable length of feathers in a shuttlecock. The shot in which the bird follows the net in a short flight. (badminton) Select one:a. Dropb. Rallyc. Setting the Gamed. Faulte. Net flight A defensive stroke where the ball is struck with a downward and forward motion with a short chopping motion. (table tennis)Select one:
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The ____ governs the promotion and development of badminton in the Philippines. This refers to the flat shot that is kept as low as possible to have the opponent run from side to side. (badminton) ___ are used as defensive stroke in badminton to allow the player time to return to the ready position and regroup and to move the opponent as far away from the net as possible. Select one:a. clearsb. backhandsc. hand-outsd. faults The two types of shuttlecocks are the feathered and the ___.
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Table tennis has been included as an event in local athletic sport meets. Which Olympic host country was badminton presented as a demonstration sport? The ball resting on the palm of the free hand and toss it around six or more inches in height, letting it bounce on the table side of the server before passing by the net and bounce in the receiver's side of the table. (table tennis) Select one:a. push shotb. drop shotc. top spin served. smash shote. chop stroke
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