Want to get better at tennis? The following are a few tips and tricks that can help you improve your game.
1. Right Equipment:
Make sure you have the right equipment. Don’t play with the wrong racket (Here is a guide to choose the right one). You won’t be playing optimally, and injuries may ensue. Make sure the grip of your racket is right. Also, don’t wear a new pair of shoes for an important match (even if they are the same as your old one). It is important for your feet to get used to the pair.
2. Practicing against the wall:
Practice your drills and different shots against the wall. The ball is always going to come back to you. It will help you get a hang of both, the technique and the speed required.
3. Improve your volleys:
Keep your rackets in front of your body, that way you’ll be prepared and make better contact. You can practice volley against the wall too.
4. Throw the Racket:
Take an old racket, go to a lawn and throw it as far as possible in the same swing as if hitting the ball. It helps improve ground stroke.
5. Trick to improve your footwork:
Jogging will give you endurance, but you need to work on your speed. Practice sprinting at short distances; sprint for 15 seconds and rest for 15 seconds. Another drill is to start at the baseline center, shuffle sideways to the left corner (of the baseline and singles side line), then shuffle along the baseline to the other corner (right). Get back to the baseline center and sprint to the left corner of service line and singles side line; from there back pedal to baseline center (As shown in the image). Time your self and sets target to improve your footwork.
6. Utilize the 5 min warm-up efficiently
Try identifying your opponent’s weakness during that 5 min warm-up by giving him different shots to hit and at different speeds and trajectories.
7. Focus on your serve
In tennis, accuracy is invariably more important than power. Amateurs should focus on accuracy, considering speed and spin as added bonuses.
8. Exhaling Tension
Exhaling during a serve helps you release muscular tension and make you feel relaxed.
9. Bend your knee
Bending your knees while attacking the ball provides increased balance as your center of gravity is lower. It enables you to hit with increased power and better control.
10. Maintaining right contact point
Contact point should always be in front of you to maintain power and balance.
All the best practicing these tips. Break some sweat on the court.
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