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The serve and volley exercise January 22, 2013

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serveandvolley-sanchezThe serve and volley exercise

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Having trouble with the serve and volley? Here is Emilio Sanchez Vicario with a drill that will help players gain confidence when moving into the net. Check out his drill now!


Tip:

We all know that the serve-and-volley tactic is not easy to execute, but it’s very rewarding if done correctly. This week, USPTA Master Professional and former ATP player Emilio Sanchez Vicario shows us a drill that works on serving and volleying. The player begins with a serve out wide, moves in to hit a backhand volley crosscourt and keeps moving in as he hits two more volleys. He then moves back for an overhead and the drill ends with him coming back in for a final backhand volley.

Make the drill scalable by adjusting the feeds according to the player’s level. Try it out with your players at the next practice session.

Look for more drills at www.TennisResources.com. Simply type a key word into the Quick Search field or choose the Advanced Search and select a specific topic you are interested in. A variety of drills, videos, seminars and other resources featuring some of best world’s coaches will match your search.


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1. citizenjane - January 28, 2013

Nice drill. Will use it .


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