Backswing definitions

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The initial part of a stroke, in which one moves a racket or club, for instance, to the position from which forward motion begins.
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That part of a player's swing in which the club, racket, etc. is swung backward preparatory to the forward part of the swing.
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(sports) The preparatory stroke preceding that which produces contact with the target. Normally associated with sports using an implement such as a bat, club, racket or stick.
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Origin of backswing

back +‎ swing