The coach hand feeds four balls. The player runs around the backhand and works on the inside out forehand.
The coach tosses the balls up with high frequency while moving backwards toward the net. The player should follow the coach, let the ball bounce and execute an aggressive topspin backhand.
Here, the training focuses first on the forehand volley and then on the backhand volley on the run. The player starts in the middle of the service line. The coach feeds the player a wide ball which the player should volley – striking downwards if possible.
The coach tosses balls to the player who hits groundstrokes over the net.
The coach alternates tossing to the forehand side and to the backhand side.
A player alternates hitting one groundstroke and one volley with a coach on one service box. Training goal: This drill is designed to work on coordination and rhythm. Load and Reps: This exercise fits very well in the warm up section of a training unit. 2 to 3 minutes should suffice.
The drill focuses on short diagonal sprints forwards and backwards with quick changes of direction. The coach has absolute control…
The coach tosses the balls up with high frequency while moving backwards toward the net. The player should follow the coach, let the ball bounce and execute aggressive topspin forehands.
Four players stand in line close to the net in the alley of their backhand side The coach stands in front of them. The coach plays a low ball diagonally in the direction of the opposite alley. The player sprints behind the ball, stretches to reach it and tries to return it with a forehand. The goal is to keep …
The goal is to keep the ball in play at any cost.
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