Bambinis – Rallying with a Volley Control Shot

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo Players rally using a volley control shot before hitting the ball over the net. A volley control shot means the players stop the incoming ball and bump it up then they hit it over the net before it bounces again, just like a volley. …

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Bambinis – Lateral Movement and Split Step

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo In this exercise two hoops are placed in the middle of the court. The player has to step on both hoops at the same time everytime it reaches that spot. The player runs laterally and high-fives his partner on one end of the court, …

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Bambinis – Approach Volley Doubles

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo Two teams play against each other doubles on the orange court. All four players start at the baseline. The coach or one of the players feeds a short ball. The opponents hit an approach shot and charge the net. The point is played out. …

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Bambinis – Aproach and Mixed Volley with Coach

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo The coach feeds a short ball and the player approaches the net. The coach and the player continue the rally, the player at the net and the coach on the baseline. The objective is to play with consistency.

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Bambinis – Catching and Throwing

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo Catching and throwing are the fundamental skills in tennis and should be practiced often with beginners. Undrstanding the flight characteristic of the ball is as important as understanding how to strike it.

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Bambinis – Random Volleys with Partner Tossing

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo Two players stand at the net in ready position. Their partners stand on the other side of the net without racquets. They will toss a ball underhanded to the players at the net either to the forehand or to the backhand. The net players …

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Bambinis – Rally with a Volley Control Shot

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo A control shot is a great way to introduce volleys to children since it promotes the required abbreviated swing. In this drill players rally with each other stopping the incoming ball, bumping it up and hitting it over the net before it bounces.

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Bambinis – Coordination – Skipping Backwards

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Bambinis – Coornination – High Knees Backwards

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By loading the video, you agree to Vimeo’s privacy policy.Learn more Load video Always unblock Vimeo Players move backwards lifting the knees high. Make sure the torso is erect and the players are not leaning back too much. Also make sure they are lifting the knees so that the upper leg gets to be parallel to the ground.

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