I’ve heard coaches tell their students to keep their “racquet head up” on low volleys over and over again. Please don’t try to execute a low volley that way!
The most important factor is the angle between your forearm and racquet handle.
If you keep a strong connection between the racquet and your body then you can feel free to drop the head all you want, especially since many low volleys and half volleys are literally impossible to hit without doing so.
Hopefully this video clears up some misunderstandings for you and gives you a clear idea of whats “essential” on low volleys.
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