No man’s land is a term most commonly used to refer to the area between opposing trench lines during the First World War, typically strewn with barbed wire, explosives, and corpses. In tennis, the term refers to the area between the baseline and the service line, which is only slightly less dangerous. Why? That’s where most shots bounce. Try hitting a tennis ball that bounces right at your feet. It’s not impossible, but it is extremely difficult to add any power or control. Sometimes, you’ll be caught hitting a shot in no man’s land, but get out as quickly as you can by attacking the net or retreating behind the baseline.
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