TENNIS AT HOME

WALL DRILL

One of the best ways you can improve your tennis game is by hitting against a tennis backboard or wall.

You need a hard surface, a Tennis ball and a racket for this drill.Hit the Tennis ball against the surface and improve your skills

Stroke to practice:

Forehand and backhand volleys.


PRACTICE WITH SHADOW SWINGING


You only need a mirror for this process.This drill will help you to face tough opponent and will increase your muscle strength.

Stand in front of a mirror and practice your ground strokes, both forehand and backhand.

Take note of important technical details such as hip and shoulder movement, proper weight transfer during the swinging motion.


THE SERVE PRONATION DRILL

You need a racket and a very little room, just a few feet of space for your practice.

Hold your racket in your hitting arm. Simply turn your hand upside down.

This will cause the racket lift from the right side to the left for the right-handed players. This is called pronation.

Start with 10 reps and build up to at least 25 without stopping. Follow this method every day in the morning and the evening or

any free time you have. It is also a great exercise to keep you healthyYou will see improvement in your service and overheads.


THE BOUNCING BALL RACKET DRILL

This practice will build up your forearm muscles and also increase hand-eye coordination.

You will need a racket and a Tennis ball to practice this drill.

First hold the racket and the hitting side of the racket string should be skywards.

Bounce the ball off the string as many times as possible without stopping.