A basic law in the jungle is that the advanced player will attack the net at every possible chance.  

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Attacking Principles Print/Download This Drill Penetration look to go forward past opposing players by shooting, dribbling, running, passing always try to score (if you can’t score look to make a pass – if a pass isn’t possible look to advance the ball by dribbling or running) Depth/Support support teammates by providing communication, creating passing options …

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When you get on the tennis court to start your practice it is recommended that you start with short mini tennis drills. ​

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Exercises for Tennis are different than exercises of other sports, but they are designed for the specific muscles used in tennis.

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Top Tennis player’s success begins and end with his feet. Try the best tennis footwork drill to learn how you can move like Novak Djokovic on the court.

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The Coach Youth Tennis program will help anyone working with kids ensure that they have a great time and want to keep playing.

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Catch your opponent off guard during your next tennis match with effective attack shots.

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These tennis drills serves to develop the quick reflexes which are essential in playing a tennis doubles match.

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All sports require the coordination of eyes, hands and/or feet and maybe an implement and a ball.

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Use our drills to increase your consistency and take your tennis game to the next level.

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Tennis coaching drills can help players improve the tennis strokes and technique with feeding drills or live ball tennis drills to simulate point play.

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If you’re the average tennis player needing to step your game up, this guide shows you the best ways to advance your game through a consistent drill routine.

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Defending Principles Print/Download This Drill Pressure/Delay immediate chase and pressure on the ball to slow down the attack until defense is regrouped and can win the ball back (pressure may be to drop off and stay deep) deny and delay forward progress by closing gaps for passing and scoring chances – keep play in front …

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Tennis groundstroke drills are based around the concept of rallying well from behind the baseline and playing consistently.

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Most exercises for beginners start with a comfortable and intriguing set of games and drills specifically created to introduce a tennis beginner to the game.

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Changing Numbers Print/Download This Drill Basic Information Age Group (5-7yrs) (8-11yrs) (12-15yrs) (16-Adult) Number of Players 6+ Difficulty Easy Time 10-25 min. Emphasis: Dribbling, Attacking, Defending Field Preparation: 2 teams grid (40yds x 50yds) cones to mark off area 2 cone goals pinnies Description: start playing 1v1 coach serves a ball in each time a goal …

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The drill below is performed in tennis academies around the world and is based around the concept of rallying well from behind the baseline.

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Whether your teaching, or just getting started with tennis and looking for some simple drills, these tennis drills for intermediate to advanced players are perfect to practice consistency.

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Coaching Philosophy Print/Download This Drill In general, putting together a soccer coaching philosophy may turn out to be relatively easy. However, living up to it tends to be the hard part. Starting to coach a team without having a soccer coaching philosophy is comparable to traveling across the country without a map. For this reason, …

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Improve Your Hand Eye Coordination and Athleticism with Our Tennis Drill.

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Here you will find countless Beginning Tennis Drills and games that you can use in your classes, camps and academies.

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There are innumerable advanced tennis drills that you can do on a tennis court with your students.​

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Modern tennis is mostly played at the baseline. Currently pros tend to stay at the back of the court, hitting deep, hard groundstrokes, rather than coming to the net.

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Discover how to move around faster and view our tennis footwork drills to build your dynamic stability, movement and agility.

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