This is a Level 2, Backhand Crosscourt Control drill with both players at the baseline. This is a cooperative live ball drill that focuses on developing consistency, placement, depth, spin and angle during a crosscourt rally. Level 2 players can strive to make sets or 20 repetitions in a row. Players should hit forehands inside-out if the ball
These sessions should be performed no more that 2-3 times per week, allowing at least one day of rest between days of footwork training. 1) Line drill - The line drill uses exactly what you would expect, a single line that can be the line on a tennis court or a line drawn with chalk on the floor of a hotel room. Don’t worry about the chalk, a damp washcloth will remove the chalk from the carpet when you are finished.
Cardio Tennis with Michael Harper: High Performance Footwork. Grab a racquet and a partner for this cardio blast workout designed to help you improve your high performance tennis footwork. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. Videos you watch may be added to the TV's watch history and influence TV recommendations.
Start the drill at the baseline with the player facing the net. 1. The player sprints to the net… 2. Backpedals to the service line… 3. Sprints to the net again… Performing the Exercise 4. Then turns and sprints back to the baseline. Duration Perform this exercise 2-3 times with 30 seconds rest between repetitions. United States Tennis Association
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Claire Carter, a tennis pro at the Bay Club in Northern California, shares a Steffi Graf-inspired at-home footwork drill to get you in perfect position to hit your shots. Read More TC & US Open week
The progression of the drill is: forehand, forehand, backhand, backhand, forehand. Option #1 — Depending on the number of players and courts you have available, after player finsishes playing five imaginary strokes, player moves to opposite side of the court to do the second part of the drill (Attack and Finish). Player can do high knee skips to other side of the court if there will be a wait.