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We refer to a ball that bounces twice on the opponent's side as short and one that only bounces once long. Then we can further distinguish half long shots, which only bounce once but dip down very soon after passing the end line. What can we call balls that bounce twice but the second bounce is very close to or even on the end line? At the moment, I call them half short in my vault notes.
I do like that. We tend to use half long for whether they bounce twice or not close to the end line. I think we should use the half short and half long differentiation.
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