Two players (A and B) rally from the baseline. It starts with a drop and hit.
Players count the number of times the ball goes over the net during the rally.
The player who wins the rally gets a number of points equal to the number of times the ball passed over the net during the rally.
Example: if they hit 22 balls over the net, the winner of the rally gets 22 points. If the next rally is won by the other player and, let’s say, 14 balls passed over the net, the score is now 22-14; and so on… Add the number of points from each rally they win.
Play first to win 100 points.
– Good drill for ground-strokes consistency under pressure
– An extra player or coach should assist with counting the number of times the ball travels over the net.

groundstrokes consistency tennis drill

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