In this article, we’re going to look at the following 12 essential tennis drills for beginners and kids. Each drill will build upon the next in a natural progression helping introduce students to a variety of concepts while providing detailed instructions so you can run the drills on your own.
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When the ball is caught properly, the child must place the ball on their racket and the first person who collects 5 balls wins. For a challenge, the coach can hit the ball high or low, fast or slow. 10. Toss and Catch. An excellent game to use in tennis training with kids 10 and under is the toss and catch game.
Introduction. As in all units, pupils develop physical, social, emotional and thinking whole child objectives. In this unit pupils develop the key skills required for tennis such as the ready position, racket control and forehand and backhand ground strokes. Pupils lear
Mirror Eight – footwork drill for 2-6 players. (1 video / 3 minutes) Cat and Mouse (1) – fun footwork game. (1 video / 4 minutes) Cat and Mouse (2) – speed and fun game. (1 video / 2 minutes) Toss-Catch-Shuffle – footwork and hand-eye coordination. (1 video / 3 minutes) Quick Follow – quick preparation / technique.
Mini Tennis Warm Up (2) Coach throws 2 balls at the same time (Different heights). Player tries to catch both balls in the air. Coaching points. Tennis Warm Up - Racquet, ball and cone Coordination / Fun Games Control over the racquet and ball is a primary step for learning tennis.
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This weeks TENNIS DRILLS AND GAMES takes a look at a fun and progressive difficulty warm up tennis drill/game called Racket Skills.This tennis drill/game is ...
Sending & Receiving Tennis Game for Little Kids. Little simple but fun game for you here. Good for mini red players of 5-8ish. This game is good for sending, receiving, catching and feeding. Read More ».
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6 Fun Tennis Games to Spice up Your Tennis Lessons. Here are 5 fun tennis games to try with your classes. No doubt you’ll think of others or ways to adapt these ones slightly for your students. 1. Hungry Crocodile. This is a volley drill for younger students. Line the kids up by the net to show them the volley movement.