Have players line up behind the baseline with the first player on the centre mark. Feed the player a mix of deep forehands and backhands that bounced just in front of the baseline.
One side of the court is deemed the ‘king’ and the other the ‘challenger’. Players line up with one on the king side and the remaining on the challenger side. The challenger feeds the ball over the net
On opposing sides of the net player’s rally keeping the ball in between the tramlines or doubles lines. The ball must bounce in between the lines, no volley’s. This is a relatively difficult drill
Have the player set up to serve on the baseline. Instruct the players to place their racket on the ground with the racket head on the court and to the right of their feet (left side if the player is left handed).
The players line up to one side of the court facing the coach who is on the other side of the net. The first player in the line side-steps and hits the ball and the first feed spot (indicated in the image by the blue circles) and
Players line up on the service line and singles line intersection facing the who is positioned on the opposite service line. Players approach the T intersection and receive a volley feed where they play a stop volley with the
Two players stand at opposing baselines. Player one returns balls down the line while player two returns them cross court. Players move side to side across the court in this pattern playing alternating forehand and