Translation of backhand in Spanish:

backhand

revés, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbækˌhænd/ /ˈbakhand/

noun

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    revés masculine
    backhand shot revés
    • backhand volley volea de revés
    • They played attacking table tennis with high-speed backhand rallies being prominent.
    • Some athletes watch videotapes of a single physical skill, such as a backhand stroke in tennis, being performed with perfect technique.
    • Two other girls from Great Ormond Street chatted about their injuries before they enjoyed some expert coaching to improve their forehands, backhands, lobs and volleys.
    • On the second, he charged to the net and put away a backhand volley to keep his hopes alive.
    • She sent her opponent running back with a lunging lob and then dived to put in a backhand angled drop volley.
    • He's able to return everything that Clay throws at him whether it's a backhand or a forehand groundstroke.
    • She blew a second match point with a backhand drop shot that fell short.
    • In tennis, there is the forehand, the backhand, the overhead smash and the drop volley, all with a different grip.
    • He struck a winning backhand volley to break again for the set, and a break for 4-2 in the second set virtually assured him of victory.
    • But nobody, as we talked in breaks between forehands and backhands, could have predicted the extraordinary way the story developed at Stamford Bridge last night.
    • The morning session was focused on improving fundamentals such as forehand and backhand strokes, developing co-ordination, and creating a general awareness of the game.
    • Behind the pavilion, tennis players traded forehands and backhands on the red courts that spread beneath the canopy of trees in the Edinburgh Gardens.
    • He can roll or slice his backhand, hook his forehand short, or hit it with a mix of pace and top spin that is formidable.
    • He saved four more championship points serving at 5-6, finally winning the 24-point game when his opponent dumped a backhand into the net.
    • This revolution, of course, is about power, about hitting the ball harder than women have ever hit it before, and turning forehands and backhands into serious weaponry.
    • She fell behind right away in the second, 4-in a single hand and 6-before a backhand drop shot got her on the scoreboard.
    • A crossed backhand volley in front of the net ended his run at 6-3.
    • Her often solid game was dotted with some impeccable forehand cross-court returns but her backhand is comparatively weaker.
    • But the American hit a forehand into the net, then sent a backhand wide and lost the game.
    • A backhand down-the-line went past her outstretched racquet, and the script changed.

adverb

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    con el revés
    de revés