Mental Strength Tennis Drills

tennis drills for mental strengthThis section contains tennis drills designed to help players make better decisions and handle pressure situations on the tennis court.
By practicing mental strength tennis drills, players will become smarter competitors.
Note: Even though most of the drills are presented for two players, with a little creativity they can be adapted to three, four or large groups of players.
 

  • Ultimate Tie-Break   New
  • Pressure Player 
  • Attack the Second Serve 
  • Winner Can Wait 
  • Three to Win Three 
  • Overhead 1 – 2    
  • Angle vs. Angle    
  • Consecutive Two       
  • Gain Momentum       
  • Make It Happen  
  • The Switch – 1
  • The Switch – 2
  • Stroke Handicap – Half Racquet
  • Trapped
  • Four or Less       
  • Pass Me if You can
  • Spin
  • Hit-Bounce-Hit
  • Hit and Count
  • Court Handicap – Half vs Full
  • Stroke Handicap – Weak vs Strong
  • Variety is Key
  • Court Handicap – Full vs Deep
  • Stroke Handicap – High and High
  • Serve & Volley Pressure
  • Lob Chasers
  • Put-away is a No-way!
  • Stroke Handicap – Hit me!
  • Volley’em
  • Accurate Serves
  • Small Changes – I
  • Small Changes – II
  • Small Changes – III
  • Small Changes – IV
  • Small Changes – V
  • Small Changes – VI
  • Small Changes – VII
  • Small Changes – VIII
  • Small Changes – IX
  • Small Changes – X
  • Small Changes – XI
  • Small Changes – XII
  • Small Changes – XIII
    Small Changes – XIV
  • Small Changes – XV
  • Small Changes – XVI
  • Small Changes – XVII 
  • Small Changes – XVIII
  • Small Changes – XIX
  • Small Changes – XX
  • Small Changes – XXI
  • Return Placement
  • Court Geometry
  • Change-Up
  • Inside-out Forehand Short
  • Defend the Drop
  • Plus/Minus
  • Tactical Restriction
  • Consistency Challenge – 1
  • Consistency Challenge – 2
  • Threes
  • Two in a Row 
  • Emphasizing Success over Failure 
  • Love the Air
  • Never Back-Up
  • Chip and Charge
  • Win with Angles
  • Pattern Pressure
  • Pattern Tie-Break – 1
  • Pattern Tie-Break – 2
  • Offense vs. Defense
  • Mental/Stamina Drill
  • Three No More
  • Singles Control
  • Serve Tough    
  • Deal with That          
  • Absolute Serve
  • 4 for 1            
  • Earn It
  • Defending the Approach             
  • Between Low and High       
  • Volleyball Tennis                    
  • Walking on Thin Ice – 1                            
  • Walking on Thin Ice – 2          
  • The Quick and the Dead                 
  • Wearing Your Shoes  
  • No Other Way    
  • Serving 1 to 5
  • Switch-a-Ball
  • Three. Period.

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