KIDS ON COURT
Doubles players greatly outnumber singles players in tennis, so helping players to improve their doubles game is a valuable tool for any tennis coach.
Here you will find tactical advice, and drills to help players succeed in every situation they may encounter on the court, whether offensively or defensively. Our point-based drills force players to face different situations and practice them until they are able to react automatically with the correct response to every shot from the opponent.
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The standard warm up, which normally includes a couple of minutes of stretching and a few rallies is not enough. An effective warm up starts off the court combining activities that will not only get the body ready to perform but will help the players improve their athleticism. It will then progress to an on-court warm up in which players will slowly hone their rhythm and technique and at the same time get mentally ready to perform.
Finally, a fun mini tennis game can serve as a great transition to the start of the main section of the training session. In this section you will find clear examples of warm up activities that will help maximize a player’s on court performance.
SINGLES TACTCIAL PRINCIPLES
The difference between advanced players and the rest is not only the ability to hit the ball better but more importantly their understanding of the different situations they encounter in a match. Advanced players immediately recognize if they are in an offensive, a building or a defensive position and have the ability to automatically choose the appropriate response.
In this section you will find clear examples of common situations and advice on how best to handle them. This information provides you with a valuable tactical summary of the game of singles - something your players will greatly appreciate.