This doubles drill is perfect for adult improver lessons to help players build cross court control and develop confidence making the cross-court ball.
Do you find that some players struggle to work as a partnership at the net when playing doubles? This can leave large spaces for opponents to find easy opportunities to win the point.
Use the Squeeze drill in your next doubles lesson to help your players build an understanding of covering different areas of the court together, taking control of the point at the net.
Our Double Dipper drill is a fast-moving and engaging finish to any group lesson. We guarantee it will become a favourite in your club! OK, we don’t actually guarantee it – although we’re pretty sure!   . . . Oops! You aren’t logged in! This content is for members only. Login Register
This drill was filmed live during a training course at Bolton Arena. It’s a brilliant drill; Richard shows how to organize a large group of players into a fun, active, drill using just 1 court. You and you’re players will have a tonne of fun with this one.
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There is no one-volley-fits-all strategy for volleying at the net! Sometimes the ball comes in fast, sometimes the ball floats. Novice players, thinking they’ve understood the basic technique, can be frustrated when their volley launches the ball out of court (maybe out of the arena!), or drops like a stone into the net! In these Quick Fix clips we share 5 quick fixes and tips that you can use to improve your player’s volleying technique.