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Forehand without limit
Help your players improve their defensive shot while backing up
Correcting a lazy non dominant arm on the two handed backhand
Covering the court combined with leg activation
Volley Reaction Drill

Some tennis players may experience a forearm blockage while executing their forehand stroke. This drill is designed to address this issue while also enhancing the overall speed of the forehand.

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June 29, 2024

An exercise that can improve defensive balance is lifting the back leg and swinging from that position.

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June 29, 2024

When working with players on their two-handed backhand, a common issue is the tendency to let go of the racket with the left hand at the end of the swing.

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June 29, 2024

To effectively improve coverage on the court, it is also important to strengthen the abductors, which are responsible for the lateral movement of the legs. To this end, we combine coverage with a handfeeding drill and a Thera-Band exercise to specifically activate the muscles.

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June 29, 2024

In this volley drill with racket feeding from the coach, we practice multifunctionally. As in many drills, different training goals are addressed.

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June 29, 2024