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This is a specific drill you will often see Tennis pros doing with kids during QuickStart 10 & Under tennis lessons. It's also a simple drill that parents ca...
To start, have your player hold their racquet in their dominant hand face-up, like a frying pan, and have them place a tennis ball on the face, or strings of their racquet. Then, have them slowly start moving the head of the racquet up and down until the ball begins bouncing on their strings.
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Red Ball 1 students learn hand-eye and racquet skills, and become familiar with the concept of playing tennis. Red Ball 2 students learn to hit the ball over the net, and become familiar with the concept of rallying. Red Ball 3 students learn technique for all fundamental tennis strokes, and become familiar with playing points.
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programs, please refer to the USTA School Tennis Intramurals supplement. Indoor and Outdoor Space Ideally, every school would have 10-15 tennis courts that could be used for tennis instruction. This is not the case. Consequently, the drills and activities contained in the Guide are designed to
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