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There are many variations of the backhand stroke, including the low slice backhand. True False
There are many variations of the backhand stroke, including the low slice backhand. Answer: False -it is not low slice back hand it's just slice backhand
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User: There are many variations of the backhand stroke, including the low slice backhand. True False







Weegy: There are many variations of the backhand stroke, including the low slice backhand. Answer: False -it is not low slice back hand it's just slice backhand
Expert answered|emdjay23|Points 242|

User: The first step of the forehand stroke is the follow-through. True False



Weegy: The first step of the forehand stroke is the follow-through. True False Answer: False because foolow through is not the first step it's the fifth step
Expert answered|emdjay23|Points 242|

User: In the forehand stroke, the player's palm faces him or her. True False



Weegy: In the forehand stroke, the player's palm faces him or her. Answer: False because the forehand is any stroke made with a racket when the palm of the hitting hand is facing the net.
Expert answered|emdjay23|Points 242|

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