Consistent at the net


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Description: Check out USPTA Professional Sophie Woorons-Johnston, Ph.D., with a few tips on how to improve your volleys and become more consistent at the net.


Tip:

We’ve all seen our students miss easy volleys and then look at us as if to say, “What just happened there?” Several factors contribute to good shot selection at the net including, a player’s court positioning and distance from the net, as well as the height and speed of the incoming ball.

Here is USPTA Professional Sophie Woorons-Johnston with a few tips on how to cut your errors at the net and become more consistent with your volleys.

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