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Judy Murray’s fun tennis drills
With Wimbledon fever upon us, we’re tingling to get out and hit a couple of balls! Yet rather than thoughtlessly trudging the ball in reverse and advances with a companion, why not take a shot at consummating your system? H&F boss sub Emma Lewis got the chance to meet the exceedingly experienced mentor, Fed Cup group commander and, obviously, mum to Andy and Jamie. Here are three straightforward drills ensured to make you consider what you do with that racquet!
1) ‘Work on tossing a beanbag to an accomplice who’s standing two or three meters away to get on their racquet head. They at that point toss it back to you to get on your racquet head. Develop this so you at that point swing the racquet with the beanbag on it to send it back to your accomplice. This helps assemble racquet-head control.’
2) ‘Place a few cones or markers or something to that affect, surrounding one side of the court. Begin at the indent amidst the gauge and, holding your racquet, avoid on your right side to a marker and take an imagine shot, at that point back to the begin point, at that point run slantingly advances to another marker, taking an imagine shot, at that point in reverse to the begin et cetera. Time it through the span of the occasion and check whether you can get speedier at it. This encourages you enhance your development around the court and you’ll be rehearsing diverse sorts of shots as well.’
3) ‘Put a tennis ball in a sock and grasp the open end. Work on tossing the ball and sock, beginning with it once again your shoulder down your back and tossing advances with a straight arm in an administration activity. We don’t do much with our arms over our heads, so this helps develop those serving muscles and enhance your system.’
HEAD minister, Judy Murray was talking at a HEAD UK tennis ace class upheld by Living Tennis – for more data go to www.head.com/tennis orwww.livingtennis.co.uk.
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