Effective net play requires technical quality and good decision making. At intermediate and advanced levels players can come to the net, even straight from the baseline, to get an advantage, so learning how to read an opponent's position and when to sprint to the net are skills that have to be practiced to make this strategy effective and automatic.
What’s in the session?
At the net, players need to feel comfortable with strokes that are played out of the air. This means that players have to work on various volleys and overheads that include changing trajectories, point of contact and power. One way to guarantee this variation is to make exercises that consist of 2 players playing to each other and adjusting every time to the incoming ball.
Help develop your young players' backhand and get on track to succeed on court, with this session!
To work on soft and controlled shots that include backspin and allow players to add an extra dimension to their game.
Culture impacts how players work together, behave, feel and communicate. How can you as a coach help sculpt your team culture?
Cup final season is upon us! That's why we take a look at how to best prepare your players for the end of season showdowns!
The helpful tips, ideas and drills are super useful for developing our coaching abilities and the abilities of our players.