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Tennis

Structured coaching sessions with a professional coach including grips, feetwork and the current bio-mechanics of the strokework, as well as stretching and movement drills. Beginners to intermediate players. Leading to organised social tennis.

Agenda:

Each week we will break down the ‘stroke of the day’ and include some game-realistic drills, and involve some doubles play – including umpiring/scoring, player positions and tactics.

Week 1: Forehand
Basic bio-mechanics, 4-part breakdown including correct grip, feetwork & strokework.
The introduction of some simple drills, working on consistency, direction and angles.

Week 2: Backhand
Both 1 and 2 handed. Basic bio-mechanics, 4-part breakdown including correct grips, feetwork & strokework. The introduction of some simple drills, working on consistency, direction and angles.

Week 3: Volley
Both forehand & backhand volleys. Basic bio-mechanics, 2-part breakdown including correct grip, feetwork & strokework.
The introduction of some simple drills, working on consistency, high and low volleys, direction and angles.

Week 4: Serve
Basic bio-mechanics, correct grip, feetwork & strokework, emphasising the ball-toss.
The introduction of some simple drills, working on consistency, direction and angles.

Week 5: Forehand
The introduction of more complex bio-mechanics & different grips, in order to generate topspin and slice, leg-drive, increasing racquet head speed and increasing both power & consistency.

Week 6: Backhand
The introduction of more complex bio-mechanics & different grips, in order to generate topspin and slice, leg-drive, increasing racquet head speed and increasing both power & consistency.

Week 7: Volley
The introduction of more complex bio-mechanics. Drop shots, mid-court attack, split-step, the overhead smash and taking control of the net in both singles and doubles situations.

Week 8: Serve
The introduction of more complex bio-mechanics. The 3 types of serve (flat, top-spin & slice), increase serving speed and accuracy via leg-drive, forearm pronation and arm and racquet internal rotation.

What to bring:

Wear comfortable leisurewear and joggers or tennis shoes. Racquets are available for use at no extra cost, or can be purchased at discount price. Bring own drinks or purchase at Matchpoint canteen. BRING HAT AND SUNSCREEN. If the weather is looking suspicious, please call the Tennis Centre 9521 5319 or 0413 tennis.

$157 Limited inc GST
Tennis

<p>Structured coaching sessions with a professional coach including grips, feetwork and the current bio-mechanics of the strokework, as well as stretching and movement drills. Beginners to

...
$157 Limited inc GST
Tennis

<p>Structured coaching sessions with a professional coach including grips, feetwork and the current bio-mechanics of the strokework, as well as stretching and movement drills. Beginners to

...

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