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Tennis Court Drills to Improve Quickness

One of the easiest ways to improve your tennis game is to work on your footspeed and movement on the court with Tennis Court Drills. We don’t have to spend a TON of time working on this, because a little
each week will dramatically improve our movement.


Here’s a simple but very effective drill we can do either on the court or at our homes that takes just a few minutes to complete. It’s called the Tennis T-Shuffle Drill:



Here’s how to do it if you’re on a tennis court:


1) Start at point A (at the Baseline)

2) Sprint to point B (the Tee)

3) Shuffle to left to point C (Left Singles Line)

4) Shuffle right to point D (Right Singles Line)

5) Shuffle left to point B (Center Tee)

6) Back pedal from point B to point A (Baseline)


That’s one round.


Complete 8 rounds of this Tennis Court Drill 3 Times per week at the end of your Agility Training.


This is a really simple tennis drill, but you’ll see dramatic improvement in your footwork on the courts within just a few weeks, so you may want to give it a shot.


Once you practice this drill and you find that completing 8 rounds is a bit difficult, you may want to give this tennis conditioning program a try to speed up your improvement. You can kill 2 birds with one stone by implementing court drills plus conditioning drills because it will 1) Improve your aerobic & anaerobic threshold (meaning you'll be able to play harder for longer periods of time) 2) Improve your movement on the courts. These 2 attributes alone will Dramatically improve your game without ever having to practice a single second longer than you have to, so you may want to check it out:


Triple Tennis Matrix Conditioning





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