I'm primarily a baseliner but I want a quicker way to end points. I don't have the firepower to blast through oponents or where I can hit more winners than Unforced Errors. Yet I'm not quite consistent enough to be a grinder. I don't have the best volleys right now. But last year I was a fairly average volleyer when I would play a lot of doubles and I don't think it'd take me long to get better at them. My trouble comes in recognizing when to come in or what shots I should hit that would allow me to come in and set up for a fairly easy volley. Nobody I play is a consistent volleyer and I feel like if I could become just an average volleyer with decent shots to set me up for volleys I would be able to win much more easily compared to if I try to keep up in baseline rallies. And how do Iprotect against passing shots? Seems like the few times I get up to the net the oppenent has an easy lob or can power a passing shot past me. Have about three weeks to practice. Any drills, etc.? Any help would be much appreciated. Really don't knowing anything about transistioning to the net or anything about netplay really.