After the 2nd shot goes... Copy of Dink Drill #3. 4 players on the court. Using 1 ball, only 2 players start the dinking in the center of the net, straight across the net. After 4 successful dinks, e... Drill - footwork. Feed the balls by hand. work on ready position replacement. Copy of Copy of Copy of Dink Drill #3.
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• Ready position • Play out point • Loss of point move to Sq. 1 or to cone if players are waiting • Rally 1 on 1 • Return to ready after each shot • Count hits in a row • 2 misses and move • Rotate counterclockwise • From 4 to 1 or safety cone if players are waiting • Line up at starting line • 1st Player goes • Weave through cones
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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Although juggling is a little tough drill and takes a lot of time to master, this is one of the best tennis drills for hand-eye movement and coordination. Take 3-5 tennis balls. Stand straight and relax.
The Forehands and Backhands drill allows you to enhance the feel for the ball’s speed and depth, which occurs in a live rally. Once the player becomes accustomed to these tennis drills, they can better judge the depth and speed of the ball for more precise shots in practice, so your skill level increases.
Drill #2 - Practice Hitting the Ball. One of the most basic, yet important drill to learn the backhand stroke. Stand sideways at the service line in a ready position. Have a friend or your coach standing next to you with a larger basket of tennis balls. Your friend/coach must underhand throw at about waist height.
The ready position may seem simple enough, but there are a few adjustments you need to make at net that can help you capitalize on your offensive position. C...
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