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Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by jaimsblake, May 2, 2007.

  1. jaimsblake

    jaimsblake New User

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    are there any drills that i can do by myself to improve all aspects of my game?
     
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  2. sapient007

    sapient007 Semi-Pro

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    yeah.. it's called search
     
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  3. jasoncho92

    jasoncho92 Professional

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    I never knew searching would improve all aspects of my tennis game -_-
     
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  4. bluestreak711

    bluestreak711 Rookie

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    ok i can name a few and if you need them explained reply back

    1.suicides
    2.bouncing the ball on your racquet
    (do it without losing control or chasing it to keep it going)
    this helps racquet control
    3.do it flip sided
    4.practice your ball toss ...try not let it go all over the place that'll help your serve
    5.8ball drill

    you can find the fundementals on this site and oyu can find the 8ball drill explained



    http://uspta.com/index.cfm/MenuItemID/1644/MenuGroup/New-USPTA-Education.htm



    but the point the smartelics above were getting at was to search google and see what you come up with anyway i hope i helped
     
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  5. shindemac

    shindemac Hall of Fame

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    This post is a little too general. Basically anything you do will improve your game. If you are that bad, get a coach or join a tennis camp or something. Set some goals first and determine your style of play. Then we can better help you.

    Other than that, work on your fitness. Do suicides, sprints, and cardio. You need a good foundation, and these are the core for tennis.
     
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