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The Tennis4You Workshop- "Outside the Circle Drill"
By: Scott Baker @ Tennis4you

This drill is done with 2 students. This drill is good practice and helps your students to learn to keep the ball out of the middle of the court.

The instructor draws a circle on the court. The self of the circle is at the middle of the service line, draw the circle with an 8 foot radius. The object of the game is to keep the ball OUT of the circle.

Each student stands on their own side of the court. The students start a rally. If any ball lands inside the other person's square than the other person wins a point. If you wish, you do not have to award points for hitting the ball deep out wide.

Good Luck on the Court!
Scott Baker
e-mail: tennis4you@hotmail.com