Player side steps until the coach drops a ball.
The player must catch the ball before the second bounce. Players can also start from a stationary position with heels of the ground or hopping on one leg or criss crossing the legs or with player starting with their back to coach and the coach shouting out when throwing the ball.
Player lays down on the ground on the back. Player keeps legs bent at 90 degrees and keeps them in the air. Player moves legs from side to side without touching the ground and keeping their back flat.
Player stands on the baseline. Coach feeds balls to the ad side. Player executes deep backhand slice down the line.
Two players face each other. Players are only allowed to use shuffle steps. Player A tries to move to the side to "break the line" with partner. Player B's goal is to maintain this imaginary line by reacting to opponent's change of direction.
Player stands at the net. Coach feeds balls to the backhand side. Coach hits controlled backhand volley and looks at point of contact. Coach should adjust the speed of feeding to allow player âfixâ own eyes at the moment of hitting the ball.
Player stands on the baseline. Coach feeds balls to the deuce side. Player executes forehand angle slice cross-court, forehand deep slice cross-court and forehand drop shot down the line.
Player executes regular serve. Player focuses on bringing the tossing arm to the opposite pocket as well as on moving the hitting arm to the left side of the body.
Player stands sideways to the net. Resistance band is attached to the net. Player keeps band in right hand. Player keeps elbow close to the body and performs movement inside the body.
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