Tennis is a series of sprints interspersed with allowed rest periods. Ninety-three percent of all rallies take less than 15 seconds. The average is less than six seconds, with 20 seconds of rest ...
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Tennis 2 points per rally Rally Drills 2 teams two balls Players play a half court ... all 4 players for the second point. competition, concentration... Catch And Dribble Warm Up category: Agility-Fitness
In this drill, we’ll challenge the student to develop their feel for speed and depth of the tennis ball, which they’d experience in a live rally. With your basket of balls, head to one side of the court and stand on the center service line, 2 to 3 feet from the net.
Most popular drills/games for Singles players: 1. Three for Air – aggressive play; moving up to the net to win more points. 2. 100 – great game for ground-strokes consistency. 3. In and Out – competitive game for 3+ players. 4. 90 Seconds – rally competition; good conditioning play. 5. Ping-Pong Tennis – team work; ground-strokes consistency. 6.
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The spider drill is a fund footwork drill in groups because you can time players and make it into a little competition. You will need five tennis balls, you may also want to use 5 speed disk cones as well. Place a ball on each corner of the service lines and where the single lines meet the baseline.
Continually stressing the importance of making each drill competitive (games to 5 or 7), Coach Smith puts his team through the following drills: Poaching - With all four players at the service line, Coach Smith feeds through the middle to emphasize the importance of stepping in. Coach Smith prioritizes moving with the feet (not lunging with the arms) and the importance of keeping the ball out of the net.
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