Stopping the Return

Tennis Gator Serve and Return

The job of the player is to try to allign the strings to the incoming ball placing the racquet head on the path of the ball.

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Calibrating the Serve – Length

Tennis Gator Serve and Return

In this exercise the player will serve from different distances to the net trying to hit the serve into the service box every time.

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Improving Focus on the Return

Tennis Gator Serve and Return

Watching the ball to contact is essential when returning serve and the most critical period is from the bounce to contact.

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Using Ball Throws to Improve the Serve

Tennis Gator Serve and Return

The player will alternate throwing a tennis ball as far as possible, with fast explosive serves. The idea is to work on accelerating the arm and then transferring this motion to the serve.

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Bambinis – Control Shot over Mobile Net

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This is a great exercise to work on control, adjustment and collaboration. Two players hold a stick with their non-dominant hand, each one holding one end of the same stick.

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