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This is a Good Example of Tennis Specific Movement Training

 

I am an advocate of this style of training. If you are not being pushed and practicing in this manner then you are simply not going to improve your on court movement. There are a few technical elements that I may change and I would add in some reaction drills to the mix, but all in all a great clip on tennis movement. I would also not allow players to be keeling over and showing that they are tired. I don’t care how tired they are. That is simply not good practice and if one shows that they are tired during matches it will simply give the opponent confidence to run you around some more.

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The Run Through Approach

 

Jeff S. shows you perfect approach shot technique with the run through forehand. Anyone who is familiar with Jeff’s playing style knows that this former top 100 player on the ATP tour can get into the net and finish off points with a big volley. Don’t be surprised when this guy becomes the next big coach. He has a real grasp on both modern tennis technique and footwork.

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