Drill to improve attacking. Feed the ball in from the baseline to start the rally. When one of you hits the ball short (inside the service line) the other player has to move forward and attack the ball using one of the tactics above. Play first to 10 points. If you win the point from an attack, score 3 points. Drill to improve defending
From volley practice to fancy footwork - here are six tennis exercises you can try today. 1. The X Drill. The X Drill is a brilliant for improving your speed and agility to help you move around the court.
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This is a Level 3, Forehand Crosscourt Control drill with both players at the baseline. This is a cooperative live ball drill that focuses on developing consistency, placement, depth, spin and angle during a crosscourt rally. Level 3 players can strive to make sets of 50 balls in a row and should be able to focus on advanced tactics such as on
To start, have your player hold their racquet in their dominant hand face-up, like a frying pan, and have them place a tennis ball on the face, or strings of their racquet. Then, have them slowly start moving the head of the racquet up and down until the ball begins bouncing on their strings.
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