Emma Raducanu is a British professional tennis player. Prior to her debut performance at Wimbledon 2021, her career-high WTA singles ranking was No. 338, achieved on 28 June 2021.
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India's veteran tennis player Leander Paes took the 'Frying Pan' challenge on Wednesday. The 46-year-old can be seen hitting no-look volleys in a short video posted by the ATP.
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In a video posted by ATP Tour on Twitter, Paes is seen striking a series of no-look volleys against a wall using a frying pan, an act he calls the ‘frying pan challenge’.
Amidst the India lockdown due to coronavirus, Mahesh Bhupathi took up the challenge and posted a video on his Twitter account on Thursday. In his tweet, he wrote that he tried Leander Paes' 'No look' style in the challenge by talking to the camera and simultaneously playing without looking at the ball, but he doesn’t have that kind of skill.
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As the name suggests, the block volley is a block. It is similar to the punch but involves no forward movement of the racquet. A player may opt to block-volley a shot when the incoming ball speed is too high, making a punch volley difficult to control. In this instance, the racquet just serves as an obstruction to the incoming shot.
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The ready position is absolutely essential if you want to play well and not look like a total newbie. Here’s how you do it. Stand with feet slightly wider than shoulder width, facing the net.