Training /  Pairs - Drills for Angles of Attack (40mins)

    • Description:

      This solo drill can be done in pairs to practise the execution of the thin cross court. Players self feed a straight ball and then off the bounce practice the thin cross court to their training partner

    • Exercise Notes:Use this solo drill but to it as a pair, do for 5mins each side then swap

    • Minutes on exercise:10:00

    • Description:

      In this drill players can focus on when and how to play the booming cross court from deep. See when the ball is sitting up enough and with enough angle to get the ball low and hard and skidding in behind your opponent causing them issues 

    • Exercise Notes:Using rolling drives as a set up to the drill, players try and pick the appropriate time to use the booming cross court

    • Minutes on exercise:10:00

    • Description:

      Players can now try and express themselves with the ability to attempt a cross court nick when they get in front of their opponent. Look to hunt this opportunity and take it when it presents itself as the shot needs confidence during matches<

    • Exercise Notes:Using rolling drives as a set up to the drill, players try and get in front to attack the cross court nick

    • Minutes on exercise:10:00

    • Description:

      The volley boast is a difficult yet effective angle of attack and this drill allows the players to explore when to look to play this shot and get the technical aspects of the shot more refined for use in a match

    • Exercise Notes:Rolling drives with players looking to get in front and practise the volley boast

    • Minutes on exercise:10:00