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Old 10-08-2012, 08:25 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Limpinhitter View Post
IMO, the three most important shots in tennis are the serve, return of serve and cross court ground strokes. If you have a like minded drilling partner, you can each spend 15 minutes practicing serves while the other practices returns, that's 30 minutes. Then practice cross court forehands for 15 minutes and cross court backhands for 15 minutes. That's a total of 1 hour. From there, if you have the time, you can practice cross court volleys while one practices passing shots. But, however much time you devote to drills, you should always leave time to play a practice set at the end. That's more important than more drilling, IMO.
Hmmm what you've just said seems absolutely perfect! I totally agree that serve, serve return and cross court strokes are very important. Hmm I guess I'll try and use this structure next time I play with the guy. Thanks!
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