Tennis is on standstill with courts closed all over the globe. However, now that we have more time on our hands and are stuck at home we should continue to k...
Many of them are tennis drills you can do by yourself, while some make use of an off-court partner. Most are indoor tennis drills, so you can do them even when the weather isn’t cooperating. These drills will help improve your game so when you step on a court, you’ll perform noticeably better. Work on Serve Pronation.
Unfortunately today, across many regions around the world, tennis courts are once again closed, making it difficult to play the game we love, but with a Slin...
In this drill the baseline team attempts to win the point through execution of passing shots which can be hit to any point on the court. Depending on the development objectives of the players involved, lobs may or may not be allowed. Blaskower proposes that the teams swap the net and position anytime the net team is passed.
The goal is to hit the ball back to the coach, but only after it bounces off the ground. After the coach hits it back, they’ll have their choice of hitting the ball to anyone they want in the circle. This drill allows tennis players to practice their on-court communication skills and covering their portion of the court. Bouncing Ball
This drill starts off with the player at the center of the tennis court’s service line. In this drill, the players’ knees are bent slightly getting the player ready for backhands and forehands. And to punch the ball forward, the player has to step forward on their opposite foot, then hit the ball.
During this drill, you can stress the importance of footwork to help position yourself to catch the ball at about waist height to ensure a consistent stroke every time, no matter where they are on the court. You can take this drill to the next level by not telling them whether you’re going to toss it short, right at them, or long, which will force them to anticipate and watch you and the ball more closely to gauge how they’ll have to move.
To begin the drill, stand on the aerobic platform. Jump off the platform onto the court in front and push off towards either the left or right. Ideally, you want to alternate between the two directions each time you jump off. After pushing off to the side, side-step towards the cone on the end and run around it and back to the platform.
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