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Offline benaberda

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Any suggestion?
« on: April 09, 2006, 11:18:43 PM »
Hello, everybody

I want to plan some tennis game for beginner player. Would you tell me some suggestion?

 

1.       Forehand Consistancy

2.       Backhand Consistancy

3.       Foreland (change direction)

4.       Backhand (change direction)

5.       Midcourt Attacking with forehand

6.       Hit the ball deep

7.       develop a high margin of error

8.       Net game : Smash and volleys

9.       Approaching the net with forehand / backhand

10.    Learn to recovery

Offline imkonadian88

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Re: Any suggestion?
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2006, 11:42:47 PM »
Quote from: "benaberda"
Hello, everybody

I want to plan some tennis game for beginner player. Would you tell me some suggestion?

 

1.       Forehand Consistancy

2.       Backhand Consistancy

3.       Foreland (change direction)

4.       Backhand (change direction)

5.       Midcourt Attacking with forehand

6.       Hit the ball deep

7.       develop a high margin of error

8.       Net game : Smash and volleys

9.       Approaching the net with forehand / backhand

10.    Learn to recovery


umm...maybe some footwork drills? i like games like king/queen of the court, around the world (if you have more than say 6 players in your teaching group) and sea.
move it.

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Re: Any suggestion?
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2006, 05:47:35 AM »
Quote from: "benaberda"
Hello, everybody

I want to plan some tennis game for beginner player. Would you tell me some suggestion?

 

1.       Forehand Consistancy

2.       Backhand Consistancy

3.       Foreland (change direction)

4.       Backhand (change direction)

5.       Midcourt Attacking with forehand

6.       Hit the ball deep

7.       develop a high margin of error

8.       Net game : Smash and volleys

9.       Approaching the net with forehand / backhand

10.    Learn to recovery


Hi benaberda!  Welcome to the forums!  

You have a lot to cover there, probably about 10 articles worth, so I will not try to cover any specific answers in this reply just yet.  My first question would be if you have checked out the Tennis4you Lesson Lounge.  There are over 350 instructional articles in there that can help, and several on some of the subjects you are asking about.  Take a look at some of the articles and see if they help.  If you have any specific questions about anything please do not hesitate to ask.  :)

http://www.tennis4you.com/lesson-lounge/lessonlounge.htm
Good Luck on the Court!!!
Scott Baker
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« Reply #3 on: April 10, 2006, 06:11:06 AM »
or if u want video help, try this one. watch the ones under "sweet spots"

http://www.uspta.com/index.cfm/aol/1/MenuItemID/1103/MenuSubID/126.htm
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Re: Any suggestion?
« Reply #4 on: April 10, 2006, 01:50:07 PM »
Quote from: "benaberda"
Hello, everybody

I want to plan some tennis game for beginner player. Would you tell me some suggestion?

 

1.       Forehand Consistancy

2.       Backhand Consistancy

3.       Foreland (change direction)

4.       Backhand (change direction)

5.       Midcourt Attacking with forehand

6.       Hit the ball deep

7.       develop a high margin of error

8.       Net game : Smash and volleys

9.       Approaching the net with forehand / backhand

10.    Learn to recovery


Become a god? No one has mastered all of those aspects and you've pretty  much covered what every tennis player has to improve on every time they step on the court. Those are the fundamentals of tennis.

Sorry for the sassy remark. I'd def. use Scott's articles on the main site and perhaps get some lessons with a local tennis club's pro.

Welcome to the forums!