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Tennis Volley Swing Your swing will determine a lot at the net. It all starts with your “L” shape, this is the shape you create between the arm and racket which will give you stability on your volleys and leverage over the ball. There are three main volley swings in tennis: 1. Block volley 2. Power volley 3. Standard volley
Lessons. LESSON 1 - How Tight Should We Hold The Grip. LESSON 2 - The Racket Angle During The Contact Zone. LESSON 3 - Why Under-spin Helps You Volley Better. LESSON 4 - How To Handle Fast Balls at Net. LESSON 5 - The Importance of Good Footwork at Net. LESSON 6 - Footwork Patterns On Mid Court Balls.
Focus on the dynamic movement forward into the split-step. 1st ball forward hit as drive volley, 2nd ball forward as a drop volley. Early shoulder turn while preparing for the slice backhand. Running sideways to the net when covering to the service line.
Start by hitting the ball to your partner. Ideally, your partner will volley the ball in the air and hit it right to you. You will then volley it back (out of the air) and hit it back to your partner. This will continue until one of you miss. When that occurs, just start again. You want to hit the ball at each other so you can practice your volleys.
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By contrast, many amateur players erroneously try to break or flick their wrist in trying to generate power and under-spin. Our training aid will help you feel the “snapped” L-position throughout the swing. If you try to flick the wrist, our volley training aid will let you know instantly from the “unsnapping” sound.