Serves In A Row
This tennis serving drill, puts player’s under pressure to see how many serves they can hit in a row, against each other. Player’s must serve with integrity, meaning that each serve must be at least 80% of their maximum racquet head speed (maximum racquet head speed is used instead of maximum speed, because a kick serve, or slice serve can have 100% racquet head speed but because of the spin will be slower than a flat serve hit with the same racquet head speed).
The coach can nominate the type of serve, i.e. only flat first serves, or only heavy kick first serves.
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Once a server misses a serve, they are out of the game, until the next round. The player with the highest total number of serves in a row for that round wins.