Doubles: 3-2-1

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Points are played out two at the net against two in the back. The team at the net starts the point with an underhand feed. The point is played out. Every unforced error counts one point. Every winner counts two points. The team at the net can score three points if they are able to hit an overhead winner. The …

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Doubles: Four at Net

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Two teams play points with all players at the net. One of the players starts the point underhand and then the point is played out. Tactical advice Ideally, players should try to keep the volleys low and move towards the net to create opportunities to put the ball away.

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Doubles: One up-One Back Formation

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Two teams play points with one player at the net and the other one at the baseline. The serve is underhanded. (The players at the net need to emphasize the correct movement up and back diagonally toward the center of the court trying to cross and play defensively according to the position of the ball). Tactical advice When playing one …

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No Look Sprint

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To extend the reaction training, we first have to ensure that the player is unable to anticipate the feed. Here, players have to squat low on the baseline with one hand on the ground and eyes looking downwards at the court. The head is only lifted when the coach gives the signal. It is then up to the player to …

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