Adding new players to our programmes is always important – but we never forget the value of our existing players. Good player retention is no accident.
This post looks at examples of common flaws and mistakes and then offers coaching suggestions on how to deal with mistakes and eradicate flaws.
This article is co-authored by Nick Jacques from Tennis New Zealand and Mark Tennant, a Director of inspire2coach.
We use this checklist in our Developing the Serve CPD. The checklist helps coaches evaluate the overarm throw as part of developing the serve.
The 10 Step Rally Video Series helps you teach tennis beginners of any age to learn the basics of rallying co-operatively and competitively with a partner.
Walk the Dog is a great exercise to start to develop racket and hand control and to understand the relationship between the racket and the ball. Skills kids will need to rally.