Defence to Attack
This tennis drill, as the name suggests, looks at turning a running defensive style play into an attacking situation.
- First ball is fed deep into the right-handers backhand (shot should be hit back deep crosscourt)
- 2nd ball is fed deep into the right-handers forehand (shot should be hit yet again back deep crosscourt)
- 3rd ball should be an approach shot to the forehand that is hit down the line
- Final ball is a volley cross court at the net, that should be put away, in an attempt to mimic not allowing the other play to reach the volleyed shot.
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This tennis drill can be changed around, whereby the balls fed are to the opposite side of the court, e.g. beginning with a fed ball to the right hander’s forehand.