A group of us are having weekly sessions with our club coach, and we want to change the format from bootcamp routines to dedicated sessions. By that, I mean week 1 could be dedicated to serving and receiving - so, the coach would have a short introduction on different placements / spins / speeds for a first or second serve, and whether it's singles or doubles, and then we can have a go at those variations with a practice partner and some target cones; and likewise for receiving, again depending on whether it's singles or doubles, forehand or backhand, etc. Then on week 2 we could focus on approaching and volleying. Week 3 could be about consistent rallying (when to stay cross-court, when to change direction, running around). And so on. The overall idea is that, over one or two months, people can go through the whole repertoire of strokes, and the coach can run the same "course" but at different intensities to cater for differing club player standards. Then, as people improve, they can move up to a higher intensity group. I have done a search of the TW site but haven't found anything along the above lines. It sounds to me like the sort of thing you'd do if you attended a week's camp at Bolletieri's (or a similar academy set-up), only repackaged in a "2 hours / week over 6 weeks" format. Do any of you have any ideas as to where I can find examples of this kind of coaching structure, ideally with examples of the routines for each specific session? Thanks!