For this drill, you’ll need two people, each with a racket, and one tennis ball. Unless you have a huge indoor space, you’ll want to do this drill outside. Doing it on smooth pavement is the easiest. Make sure to use the continental grip. Stand about 15-18 feet apart, facing each other. Volley the ball to each other.
To start, have your player hold their racquet in their dominant hand face-up, like a frying pan, and have them place a tennis ball on the face, or strings of their racquet. Then, have them slowly start moving the head of the racquet up and down until the ball begins bouncing on their strings.
See more videos for Tennis Indoor Drills
Shoe Box Drill. This is an interesting indoor tennis drill for kids and newbies. The purpose of this drill is to improve their movement and speed on the court. Note: If you have multiple students to train, you have to call them one by one as this drill is taught individually. You will be standing at the net with a hopper of balls.
Tennis is on standstill with courts closed all over the globe. However, now that we have more time on our hands and are stuck at home we should continue to k...
Tennis Footwork - 5 Drills To Improve Your Footwork and Movement. Tennis is a game of movement and having good footwork will allow you to get into the right ...
More Tennis Indoor Drills images
Sports such as golf allow players to practice in their own homes, but can you do the same for tennis? The question is what can you safely do with a racket in...
DRILL PRICES: 1.0 Hour Drills - $17.50 per person 1.5 Hour Drill - $25.00 per person *Due to COVID-19 indoor drills are limited to 8 people per court. Open Drill. Open drill provides a workout through doubles “live-ball” drills simulating actual match play situations. Open drills are not designed to focus on individual stroke technique.
They set up an area with drills and games that are fun, but yet the child will be learning the fundamentals of tennis without even knowing. So that you will have a better understanding, we have prepared a list of 11 fun tennis games for kids that are easy enough for you to play with them in your own backyard or neighborhood park.