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Doubles Tennis Tips 1 - 3

by Pete Collins

Doubles Tennis Tip #1
The Forbidden Shot!

Never let a ball go down the middle of the court without someone putting a racquet on it. Anytime the ball is hit wide, I instruct my teams that both tennis players must flow in the direction of the ball with the ball side covering the alley and the tennis partner overplaying the middle.

Do not let them have an open shot down the middle. If the opponents win the point with a great crosscourt angled shot fine, but my teams are in big trouble if the winning shot went down the middle unmolested.

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Doubles Tennis Tip #2
Split for Mobility

Are you having a hard time getting to the ball or hitting a lot of difficult shots? These problems are usually due to too much movement, not too little.

Doubles tennis players have been told to get to the net. Tthis is good advice, but often they tend to be moving when the ball is hit. The term I have coined is to "Split- Spring" to achieve success.

Get into a balanced position (split) before the ball is hit and then spring into action to attack the ball or court position as soon as you see the shot. Correct movement gets you to the ball with an easier shot, or it gets you in position to attack or defend your opponents shot.

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Doubles Tennis Tip #3
The Non-Hitter's Role

Did you know that what you do while your tennis partner is hitting the ball determines which team is going to win in doubles?

If you are standing and watching your tennis partner hit the shot, you are not influencing the game. On the other hand if, while the ball is traveling to your tennis partner, you are correctly moving to attack or defend your tennis partner's weakest shot then your understanding and movement will greatly improve your team's chances to win the match.

The non-hitter's role is the subject of my third doubles tennis DVD.

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Doubles Tennis Tips 1-3
Doubles Tennis Tips 4-6
Doubles Tennis Tips 7-9
Doubles Tennis Tips 10-12
Doubles Tennis Tips 13-15

 
 
   
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