Teach your kids how to serve, smash, and volley like the pros with these tennis drills and practice tips.
Balance is a key aspect for any good grounstroke. Ideally you want your upper body to remain rather straight, your head very still, and then you rotate around this axis which does not move.
Work on your transition game from the baseline to the net with the defensive-offensive drill.
Tennis players are always changing the surfaces they are playing on and the majority of those surfaces are hard, so working in the pool keeps the body loose.
A proper tennis serve stance is when your feet are positioned so that the front foot is pointing towards the right net post (for right-handers) and the back foot is parallel to the baseline.
When your foot lands on the ground, create an explosive but gentle power but never bang it on the ground.
We want to remember that tennis is sending and receiving. We also want to modify the game so you can develop a particular skill.
As the student learns to play better tennis, the amount of successful crosscourt shots without missing should increase. The crosscourt shot is the main shot all good tennis players have in their arsenal.
Every resistance exercise program must contain exercises that address the demands inherent in the sport or activity the athlete performs.
Having both players positioned at the net is one of the best tennis double strategies to win a point because the net is well covered.
Some of the drills are of the more general nature, like serving drills, which apply to all serving situations.
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