cross-court

cross-court

adj
(Tennis) sport played across the court: a cross-court volley.
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Ranked 26 below Al Fathi, Farhan fell behind in the opening game but rebounded superbly and kept the Egyptian under pressure with some classic cross-court and drop shots.
In the final of the Men singles Aqeel Khan and Barkat Ullah exhibited classic display of forceful shorts, cross-court smashes and some beautiful and speedy ace services.
The Lady Realtors fought back from a 19-21 deficit in the fourth set with Amanda Villanueva delivering a cross-court hit and a service ace for a 22-22 count.
In the second set, both the players played excellent game with combination of forehand and cross-court short.
But once Sindhu got hold of her game, she exuded sheer class making it 2-2 with a cross-court shot.
The Lady Maroons, however, pounced on the Lady Blazers' shaky finish as they committed two costly miscues before Molde closed it out with a cross-court hit.
The former San Sebastian stalwart hammered three cross-court kills after Perlas made a last-ditch effort to knot the match, 11-all.
For example, when a star appears on the court, you can perform a "Zone Shot", which switches to first-person mode, slows time and lets you fire cross-court into the corner beyond your opponent.
The 24-year-old Thiem broke Madrid title holder Nadal's serve five times before sealing victory with a powerful cross-court winner in just under two hours.
In the second game, Tai dominated the court by her deception strokes and cross-court smashes, leading the game by 18-12.
The Japanese tried to engage Saina in fast-paced rallies, which were mixed with down-the-line smashes and cross-court angled returns, sandwitched by deceptive drops.
But Murray took the initiative in Goffin's next service game after working his way to two break points through a fantastic forehand cross-court winner.

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