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Tennis Wall

Check out all our tennis drills!

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Drill 1: Wall rondo - all levels

The drill develops team work and cardio fitness. Who'll be knocked out first?

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Drill 2: Cone rondo - all levels

This drill, which involves moving from one cone to another, develops your consistency and leg work.

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Drill 3: Developing your forehand - beginners

Work on your stance, the end of your backswing and your point of impact with this drill.

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Drill 4: Developing your backhand - beginners

Work on your stance, the end of your backswing and your point of impact with this drill.

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Drill 5: Developing your volleying - all levels

Work on your stance, grip and ball feel and be more accurate.

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DRILL 6: Switching between your forehand and backhand - intermediate

Be precise when alternating your strokes. Use floor markings to help you refocus.

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DRILL 7: Attack rondo + volley rondo - intermediate

Take turns to move from one cone to the next and make an attacking move and a volley to develop your ability to react and adapt your grip to meet the ball.

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DRILL 8: Two-wall rondo - intermediate

Set up markers on the floor so that every player follows the rules of the drill. Hit the first ball into the first wall and then run to the second wall to hit the other ball.

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DRILL 9: Upping your accuracy - expert

Position the vertical side of the wall facing you and hit the logo on the net to score points. You can stay at the back of the court or come forward. Play the game the way you want. So? Who's going to get the most points?

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DRILL 10: Alternating lobs and smashes - expert

One player stands behind the Tennis Wall and sends up a ball for a second player to smash into the wall. When the ball bounces back up, the first player sends up a lob.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Developing your forehand - beginners

Take your time and work on your forehand and your positioning and make it as good as it can be.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Developing your backhand - beginners

Master your backhand and work on your positioning so you can start hitting the ball where you want.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Switching between your forehand and backhand - intermediate

The aim with this drill is to switch between the forehand and the backhand.Take up position in the centre of the court, hit the ball then move quickly into position so you can time your next shot. You can let the ball bounce twice if you prefer to work on your positioning.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Alternating serve/attack/volley - intermediate

Hit a serve from the back of the court and then surge forward.When you get to the Tennis Wall, it's time to hit your best volley.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Developing your backhand - expert

Position the wall so that the vertical face is facing you. The purpose of this drill is to aim at the logo on the net and hit the ball hard at it.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Developing your forehand - expert

Position the wall so that the vertical face is facing you. You can let the ball bounce twice to give yourself time to get into position and strike the ball as accurately as possible.

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Wheelchair tennis drill: Attack/volley - expert

Hit the ball hard as you move forward and then come in to hit a volley. Get back into position and do it all over again. If the ball comes back at you too fast, hit another volley and give yourself time to come in.

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Tennis Trainer

Tennis Trainer

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