First up if you missed Part 1 check out the Hitting Partner Drills click here. Lets get straight into it. Tennis Drill 1 - Figure 8's. This drill is one of my favourites to do but also to watch how players hangle it. Figure 8's teaches recovery, timing, shot selection, fitness, and brutal toughness to just keep going and retrieve one more ball!
Practice Drills for Middle School Tennis Beginners 1) Ground Strokes a) Partner Rally at service line i) With a partner standing at the service line, turn sideways so your non-dominant hip is facing the net. Rally back and forth ii) Each time you rally the ball 4 successful times over the net, move back two steps. iii) If you miss before 10.
Overhead Streak. For this drill, a partner will need to be on the baseline of one side of the court and you will need to be at the net on the other side. Your partner will feed you an overhead and you will go back up to the net and do the same thing. The goal is to do as many overheads as you can.
#3 – The Racket Drop Drill Stand in your normal serve stance with your racket in hand and hold the continental grip. Raise your hitting arm to your side with elbow bent. Your racket should flair out to your right (if a righty) and vice... Move your hand and racket upwards by bending your elbow ...
20 Tennis Drills to Make You a Better Player. 1. Touch the Ground. This is a great cardio exercise that will help improve your side to side movement and strengthen your quads, hamstrings, and ... 2. Service Box Warm Up. 3. Three-Quarter Court Warm Up. 4. Depth Battle. 5. Corner Zones.
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Hand and Eye Coordination Drill. You’ll need a partner for this drill, with one of you standing in the service box and the other on the sideline. Start by throwing the ball to your teammate and letting it bounce once before the other teammate catches it. Once you do that, progress to softly hitting it with your racquet back to your partner.
Even if you can’t take tennis lessons, you can do tennis training with a friend or partner anytime. For a list of tennis practice exercises and basic drills you can try, see the examples below: Dribbling. One of the first and most basic exercises you should learn to master is how to dribble with your tennis racket.
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.