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Tennis Fitness Training - 5 Drills To Improve Your TennisTennis has become a sport dominated by athletes, think about Roger Federer's explosive footwork and ...
Tennis Fitness Drills; Upper & Lower Body Exercises; Big Arm Circles; Trunk Rotation; Back Stretch Using Foam Roller; Stretching Resistance Band; High Knee Skips; Frankenstein Walk; Tennis Footwork Drills; Running Lines; Z-Ball; Spider Run; Back Step; Tennis Ladder Drills; Single Foot; Two Feet; Lateral Steps or Split Steps; Jumping Jacks; Double In Double Out; Lateral Quick Steps
FITNESS TRAINING Mechanical specificity involves using the muscle specific to the way they are used on the tennis court. This can best be characterised as power endurance, as it consists of repeated bouts of power output over an extended period of time. Each stroke involves a burst of power of the legs, trunk and upper extremity. Depending on the
Tennis fitness is a big aspect of today's premier tennis players. You can watch pros and wonder how they can be that fast, or change direction that quick or...
If you’re just getting started with tennis, drills can be a great way to learn the fundamentals, develop proper technique, improve consistency, build confidence, and accelerate learning. As with most sports, tennis involves the process of stringing together a complex set of movements. Recognizing this, we can break down the complex set of movements to independent movements, teach proper technique, and slowly build a player’s confidence, so that they can eventually start combining movements.
In tennis, you have to continuously move your feet to ensure you are in the correct position to return the ball. This drill will help you improve your footwork and lateral movement. cone-slalom_brightcove-16×9-mp4. Procedure. Line up 10 to 12 cones along the baseline about a yard (0.9 m) apart.
Tennis Agility Drill #2: The 40-yard square carioca tennis agility drill . This is one of the tennis agility drills that aim to develop your ability to quickly change direction. It also helps you enhance your hips and footwork flexibility. Steps: Execute this drill with the use of cones. Simply place one cone on every corner of the court.
For this drill, you’ll need a wall, a racket, and a tennis ball. Simply go to a wall and practice all your strokes. Here is how I practice on the wall, which is typically a 25-minute session. 5 minutes of forehand groundstrokes (topspin) 5 minutes of backhand groundstrokes (topspin) 3 minutes of forehand slice.
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