Court Sprints are an effective way to develop speed, power and movement on the court (particularly if it’s a court you can slide on i.e. grass, clay). It will also increase the player’s anaerobic threshold if it’s a drill that is incorporated routinely into the player’s training schedule.
- Players line up on the doubles line.
- They begin by sprinting to the opposing doubles line, touching the line and sprinting back.
- They then sprint to the singles line, touch the line, and sprint back.
- They then sprint to the singles line right next to them, touch and sprint back to the doubles line they started on.
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Note: This sprint can be done in reverse. Coaches should also time the sprint and see how much the player’s progress throughout the term.