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Jump up in a slightly flexed hip to shoulder wide standing position with active arm use and then briefly remain in the landing position. Make sure you have a straight back, keep your head straight ...
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Although every point played starts with a serve and a return, these two shots are also the least practiced shots in tennis. This does not add up.
In this section you will find everything you need to understand and practice these essential skills.
Approaching the net is an essential skill to finish points and to play a successful doubles game. The net game has its own set of tecnical and tactical rules that every successful net player needs to understand and practice. If you ever wonder how to win more points at the net, here is the answer.
In this category you will find clear examples of warm up activities that help maximize a player’s on court performance.
Our on-and off-court activities will get players physically and mentally prepared to perform.
Our experts and partners in the areas of athletic development and functional movement will accompany towards achieving your goals.
This section will improve your agility and speed, strength and power, coordination and balance as well as mobility and flexibility, while keeping you healthy.
Doubles is quick, dynamic and exciting, and is a totally different game than singles. Doubles requires a different set of skills and great doubles players have to feel comfortable anywhere on the court, especially close to the net.In "Doubles" you will find everything you need to help you understand, improve and succeed.
The mental game plays a determinant role in competitive tennis. The only way to achieve consistent performances at the level you are capable of is by learning to control your thoughts, emotions and focus in such a way as to allow your body to play freely and automatically.
Here is how to do that...
The structure of this Kids on Court enables individual training for the different age groups as well as training in large groups. Over 300 videos will guide you to help children develop their motor and athletic skills, groundstrokes, serves, returns and net game with fundamental technique blocks in the stages red, orange and green.