Drill # 2 – The Volley-To-Volley Drill. This drill is one of the best for improving your volley game. It should be used in every practice and will definitely sharpen your reflexes if used consistently. Two people are required for this drill. Each person will stand at the service line – one on each side of the net.
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This activity is closed to further registration. Aug 27, 2021 to Oct 29, 2021. Each Fri 6:30pm to 8pm. Location: Heritage Tennis Club. Heritage Tennis Club. 7 West College Drive. Arlington Heights, IL, 60004. Phone: (847) 398-7780.
VARSITY DRILLS 1pm-3pm: This is for varsity players, and at least in 9th grade. There will be a lot of drilling and some sustained point play. COST: $200 for 6 week session, $170 for 5 week session. JV DRILLS 3pm-5pm: This is for the younger, Jr. high players (6th-8th grade). There will be mostly drilling and stroke technique.
Split Decision. This drill is designed to help your players work on their split step and volley. Have your players stand in one line, 4 feet behind the "T," which is where the center service line meets the service line. Stand on the same side of the court, 3 feet from the middle of the net with your back to the net.
In this practice session with former WTA player Ema Burgic Bucko who was ranked 466 in singles and 145 in doubles on the WTA rankings, we performed high inte...
Quickstart Junior Tennis: This program develops junior players faster and with more stable techniques by insuring that the kids have proper sized racquets, low compression balls for a lower and slower bounce, smaller court dimensions to allow them to to realistically play points and learn control.We also play games and competition appropriate for their age without too much individual match play. 8 and under use the 36′ court with an 18′ wide court. 10 & under use a 60′ court with 6 ...
Tennis Drills for Large Groups. Rolly Volley (net play, transition) New. Wipeout: Net vs. Baseline (consistency, accuracy) Servers vs Returners (competitive game) Designated Catchers (shot accuracy, team play) Pass the Right Ball (serve practice game) Defenders (team play, net vs. baseline) One Ball (competitive play) Tolleyball (ball control, fun game)
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