Murray volley drills

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  1. xcourt4hand

    xcourt4hand New User

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  2. LeeD

    LeeD Bionic Poster

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    Good stuff, notice he stands the same place as Clint but practices low volleys and half volleys more than regular chest high volleys.
    That two on one drill is just great.
     
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  3. Pro Staff Pete

    Pro Staff Pete Semi-Pro

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    last part was nice.. 2 vs 1
     
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  4. Roy125

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    That seems fun to do, the 2v1 part.
     
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    5263 G.O.A.T.

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    Notice he is well inside the baseline.
     
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  6. nacolo

    nacolo New User

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    That is definitely too much fun to do, the 2 could switch between deuce and ad side.
    My problem is finding the other good 2 to have fun.
     
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  7. SFrazeur

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    Yes. Well, most players tend to do that. Some even volley inside the service line. :)

    -SF
     
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  8. SirSweetSpot

    SirSweetSpot Banned

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    Clint this...Clint that...Clint likes my favorite show too...Clint likes the same movies as me...

    Enough with the man crush.
     
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  9. Fedace

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    whoever the guy was ripping balls at him was hitting some rockets right at Murray.
     
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    Cindysphinx G.O.A.T.

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    If you did this as part of a practice, how would you do it?

    Would the volleyer alternate between the two other players? Or should the volleyer play low balls deep and high balls to the net person (with an intent not to kill the net person but to keep the rally going)?
     
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  11. TennisPassion5

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    Yeh, it's Ross Hutchins, a very good English doubles player.
     
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