Training /  Solo - How to Solve Common Problems In Your Game with Lee Drew

    • Description:

      Focussing on getting the ball out the back corners, use this drill to set it up. If you find a difficult shot to encounter then choke up on the grip, get low, and get as fully behind the ball as possible

    • Exercise Notes:Do for 5mins on one side and then swap

    • Minutes on exercise:10:00

    • Description:

      This is a great drill to use to practice the high volley that you will encounter for the return of serve. Be sure to get as side on as possible and adjust your base accordingly to do so

    • Exercise Notes:Do for 2.5mins on each side of the court

    • Minutes on exercise:5:00

    • Description:

      This drill really improves your racket head control within the context of volleying. One key fault in the game is the lack of willingness to volley and this is part due to players lack of confidence on the shot

    • Exercise Notes:Do for 5mins on one side and then swap

    • Minutes on exercise:10:00

    • Description:

      Use a warm ball for this. Feed yourself toward the middle of the court and look to get your wrist engaged, show threat and be confident taking the ball in short. Work on your confidence executing this shot

    • Exercise Notes:Do for 2.5mins on each side of the court

    • Minutes on exercise:5:00

    • Description:

      Use a warm ball for this. Now rather than just playing drops, set up exactly the same as the previous exercise but now look to play long OR short. This helps avoid the opponent reading your shot shot easily

    • Exercise Notes:Do for 2.5mins on each side of the court

    • Minutes on exercise:5:00

    • Description:

      Get good at this shot when you feel your opponent is sneaking across for your straight drive. This helps avoid traffic around the middle of the court and is a good weapon to use to disguise the straight drive with

    • Exercise Notes:Do for a total of 5mins

    • Minutes on exercise:5:00