Tennis Drills: Live Ball Drills
Tennis Drills: Dead Ball Drills
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rally with one another half court beginning from the service line
and progressing gradually to the baseline. Note the progression as
line to service line ground stokes
court to 3/4 court ground strokes
to baseline (volleys & overheads) and switch
and Returns (see diagram below)
player can rotate in after an error is made
hitting cross-court and down the line.
only one ball on the court for each two players. When a player misses,
they must hustle to get the ball.
out points with one ball in play. Whoever misses rotates out.
out points with two balls in play. Begin with two simultaneous crosscourt
rallies. Once the first error is made, the remaining ball becomes
live and is played out amongst the four players (="One-Ball Live"
Return, and Rally (6-8 per court)
of servers and returners compete against each other. In Order to score
a point, the server must get the ball into the correct box and the returner
must return the ball cross-court to the server. Servers switch out after
each point. Games can be played to 7 or 11. Teams can race against each
other or each turn can be taken gradually so proper form is not compromised.
more advanced players, require a serve, return and two rallies for
a point to be earned.
points for the team each time the ball crosses the net.
players to serve from singles and doubles positions.
the service box and require certain placements or spins to be executed.
the servers compete against the returners on the diagonal half court.
the servers alternate with the returners after each point (works well
for larger numbers and keeps players moving).
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