Here we have a number of practice games or drills which can be played on a Tennis court as part of a coaching or training session. Doubles – Move Up. The aim is to improve doubles play, groundstrokes, net shots, and communication. How: Team 1 starts on one baseline and team 2 starts on the other baseline. Team 1 starts with the ball.
Here are 5 fun tennis games to try with your classes. No doubt you’ll think of others or ways to adapt these ones slightly for your students. 1. Hungry Crocodile. This is a volley drill for younger students. Line the kids up by the net to show them the volley movement.
An excellent game to use in tennis training with kids 10 and under is the toss and catch game. Just give each player an orange cone and have them to stand on the opposite side of the net from the coach.
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Learning the game of tennis can be frustrating for children, particularly if they’ve never picked up a racket. Make learning fun by using a series of creative games and drills to help them learn movement and fine-tune their skills. Once they have the basics, move to more advanced drills and games.
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Whether you’re a tennis beginner or an advanced player, the game of tennis is a physically taxing sport that requires every muscle group of your body working in tandem for long periods of time. Tennis is also a mental game, requiring players to think quickly and decide which is the best shot they’re going to use to win the point.