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Tennis Footwork Drills
How is it that Novak
Djokovic, Christina McHale, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal can have such
amazing footwork and be everywhere on the court? The answer is they
have a specific tennis footwork program they practice daily. Having great tennis
footwork is a skill that takes a long time to develop, but when you
have it, you will float around the court and entertain the Camera Boys crowd
watching you. Use these sample tennis footwork drills to improve your game!
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The Snake and Sprint is a great tennis footwork drill because it combines small, quick steps and an all out burst of speed. If you watch the footwork of tennis professionals such as Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic, they are able to move around the tennis
court by using longer steps when farther away from the ball and small
adjustment steps and footwork when they have time and are closer to the
ball. By incorporating both small, quick steps and an all out burst of
speed, your tennis JasminLive footwork will mimic that of a tennis match.
Adjustment steps are something that is lacking in the tennis footwork of a lot of tennis players. Since working with beginner to WTA Professional tennis players, I have noticed that it is extremely important to adjust your feet to the ball if you have time. This tennis
footwork drill is designed to help you organize your feet when
transitioning from being on the run to stepping into a ball. It is
important to know when to use tennis footwork such as adjustment steps and when to perform and open stance groundstroke. If you have time, you want to use your tennis
footwork, organize your feet and step in. If you are on the run and
are out of time, it is preferred that you hit the ball in an open stance
in order to recover back to the middle of the tennis court faster.
You do not always need cones and ladders to have great MyCams tennis footwork. The next time you are on the tennis court and have a few minutes, drop your racquet, find a line and work on your footwork! The purpose of working on your tennis
footwork is to improve your ability to move your feet quickly and
efficiently in different planes of motion while maintaining total
control and balance. By working hard on these footwork drills a few minutes a day, your tennis footwork will improve drastically!
Improving your tennis
footwork is as simple as setting up a couple cones and going to work!
By working on quick footwork through and around the cones, your tennis footwork will improve because you are moving in multiple directions, just like your footwork would be on the tennis
court during a match. It is important to remember that to make your
movements on court look like Rafael Nadal's footwork, you have to work
on your tennis footwork consistently everyday!
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