Question: Is tennis a sending or receiving game? Traditionally I believe that tennis tends to be taught as a sending game. As you watch this clip – and the ones to follow – I want you to think about how we can help our players to be better at receiving the incoming ball.
What are you doing March 22-27? Personally, we at i2c will be making time to attend the World’s first online tennis conference. Yep, you heard right! An online tennis conference. The World’s first.
I2c’s Director and leading coach educator Mark Tennant will be one of the 25 leading coaches presenting at the event. Registration is FREE – but you must register to hear the session.
To get you in the zone, we’re sharing a video where Mark demonstrates a drill to help mini-tennis players learn to anticipate the direction of the incoming ball!
This presentation on Receiving Skills is the first in a series of 2 videos presented by Director of inspire2coach, Mark Tennant at the Tennis Ireland coaches conference in Dublin in September 2015. The presentation takes you through the ‘5 R’s’ of the stroke production cycle with Mark giving live on-court demonstrations with Mini Tennis red players…
Mark Tennant, i2c’s Director and an experienced coach, presents this brilliant series of videos on receiving skills. Mark gives you a wide range of different activities, ideas and solutions to help your players improve their ability to read and react to the incoming ball, and to improve their positioning. This series of 12 videos is a real must for all coaches working with beginners and club standard players of all ages!