INSIDE TU #4 – 45 SECONDS DRILL
In this edition of Inside TU, Alexander Waske makes an appearance! This exercise is performed as a high intensity drill where the coach will take their position 1 step behind the T-Line volleying back to the player. The player must stay aggressive with their ground strokes while still maintaining the consistency throughout the 45 seconds each set is played out with. Overall this drill is performed 6 times, and after each set the player should jog around the court once to challenge their capacity further.
A very special video today from Coach Bjorn Simon, who refers to Craig O’Shannessy to reflect the 8 ways to force an error from the opponent. Consistency, Height, Direction, Length, Power, Time, Court Position and Spin to be exact. The two exercises should be played...read more
Today coach Rob shows you an exercise that works both offensive, and defensive shots. Each player alternates between hitting an offensive shot, to then playing a defensive shot where both players work both aspects of their game. A great exercise while on tour where...read more
Today coach Rob takes you through peripheral vision training. The stages in progression for each exercise challenges the player to recognize movements whilst calling it out loudly in order to interpret what shot should be played in the next sequence. Newest...read more
Our Junior Head Coach Andre Stenger is at our Summer Camp again in this video, where he takes you through a fitness based volley exercise. The coach calls out the color of the cone or number to which the player must touch the cone and then come back toward the net to...read more
A special video made during the summer camp at Tennis University. Many young players have difficulties on their second serve, so André Stenger takes you through a point based exercise that divides the court into 3 sectors. The game is played up to 50 and André will...read more
In this inside TU video, Head Coach Bjorn Simon showcases a drill that reflects the modern game of today. High percentage of first serves followed by the attacking forehand in order to take control of the court is the main focus. Bjorn explains all categories of...read more