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This tennis forehand drill is performed by two players situated in each side of the court. This means that each player should form a diagonal formation in order to hit forehands. Once the first player feeds the ball straight into the opposite side of the court, the other player must run quickly to the other far side of the court performing a forehand approach.There is another way to do this tennis forehand drill is where both players stay at the center end (center part of the court at on the baseline) of the court. The first player hits the ball exactly where the second player is. Then, the second player hits the ball, but instead of hitting the ball in the center end of the court (where first player is) he hits it to either corner at the far side of the court. Again, this forehand drill will allow the first player to run quickly to return the ball. The tennis forehand drill continues, and then both players has to exchange roles so that the second player is given a chance to run and hit the ball.
The Up and Back Overhead Tennis Forehand Drill†
This tennis forehand drill is executed with two players standing straight across each other but the first player stands at the center of the service line ( horizontal line between the net and the baseline) while the second player stands at the center end (center part of the court in the baseline). In this tennis forehand drill, it is the second player who feed the ball for the first player to do the up and back overhead drill.The forehand drill starts with the second player feeding an overhead ball and the first player tried to return the overhear ball. The tennis forehand drill continues after several ball and the both players exchange position with the first player doing the feeder. So in this case, both players exchange position where they stand and it is the first player who feeds the overhead ball while the second player returns it. The drill (tennis forehand drill) has to be repeated several times but it is up to the players how many tennis forehand drills they want.
The cross court forehand move is a tennis forehand drill that is very important to improve each playerís forehand skills. If a player is very diligent in doing this tennis drill, he can hit the ball harder and accurately across the court. If the player does practices this drill often, he will also develop speed in his play. Developing speed in the game of tennis is vital because even one single second you miss before you hit the ball is an advantage to your opponent.
This tennis forehand drill is performed with two the players positioned on the opposite side of the court and hitting the ball to the far side of the court (like the cross-court rally) allowing the players to run fast and quick to the other far side of the court. If you are not quick and your opponent is faster than you, this will mean that you will lose a point especially if your opponent is very good in putting the ball on the side lines.
Mastering this tennis forehand drill is very important to win a tennis match. If you are very good in crosscourt exchanges, there is a big possibility for you win points. But in the case when your opponent is very good on it, you have to have the speed to match his shots and return the ball as quickly as possible and be able to control the game instead of being the one on the defensive side.
The one corner baseline tennis forehand drill is performed when the first player stands at the center of the baseline, while the second player stands on the center between the sideline and the center service line (the vertical center line).
The first player feeds the ball anywhere in the court but the second player can only feed the ball exactly where the first player is. The purpose of this drill is to improve the first playerís endurance and stamina as he runs from side to side (as the second player feeds the ball anywhere) but keeping the ball in play. This tennis forehand drill will also result in the improvement of the first playerís accuracy as he has to hit one spot continuously.
The above mentioned tennis forehand drills are vital for anybody to practice and be familiar with in order for them to play the best tennis. There are other tennis forehand drills that are not mentioned above but many of them are for professionals. As a club level player, these tennis forehand drills are necessary.