Singles (4-6 per court)
three players on each side play out singles points, one point at a
time. If a player wins the point, they can stay in for another point.
Each point earned goes towards the team score. Players can start the
point with a baseline feed or with a serve and return.
Serving: Whichever side wins the point gets to serve the next point.
One side is the designated serving side and one side is the returning
side. The serving side must score 11 points as a team before the returning
side scores 7.
singles matches: Players keep the same opponent and play two points
at a time before alternating out with the other singles players.
coach can feed the ball into play to create different point scenarios
(e.g. high and deep to backhand, short approach, running forehand,
of the Court Singles (4-6 per court)
champion competes against a line of challengers. Points can be started
with a ground stroke feed or with serving and returning.
two points in a row to become the champion (best for short lines).
- Be the
first to win five points total when taking equal turns with the other
players (best for long lines).
a player waiting at the net post (on deck) to take the place of the
the court in half to create two seperate games.
the champ or the challengers to start at the service line to focus
on net play.
coach can feed the ball into play to create different scenarios (e.g.
high and deep to backhand, short approach, running forehand, etc.)
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