Points: Serve and Volley Crosscourt on half the doubles court.

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Serve and Volley on half the doubles court. The server serves and volleys and the point is played out crosscourt. To increase the number of rallies the players can play using only second serves. Scoring to 11 (at 10 all the next point wins) after a set the players change roles. after two rounds, the player with the best total …

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Bambinis – Overhead off the Bounce Points

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Four players play doubles. They all start on the baseline. The coach feeds a high lob to one team. They let it bounce and hit an overhead. The point is played out.

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Bambinis – Approach Volley Doubles

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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. This drill can be done competitively trying to beat the opponents or colaboratively trying to keep …

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Timing: Over the Head

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JUMP AND SMASH This is a classic exercise for a training camp or a station during a children’s afternoon at your club. The kids first jump on a trampoline, land on the floor and then adjust to a slow falling balloon, which they have hit with an overhead. TEACHING AIDS: Mini-trampoline Balloon GOAL OF TRAINING: Timing overheads for beginners

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