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New at WebTennis24 | Jan 16, 2019

How many times have you considered that your Serve should be more efficient when playing doubles?

Good news is that power is not a priority in doubles; it is all about placement (well, a little power would not hurt either, right?). 
Same goes for the second shot of the point – return of serve.

For this week, I was certain that you would really enjoy three new drills addressing the two most important strokes that give your team a leading start:

T-Serve; Middle Serve; Wide Serve + Return Placement   New!

All three drills are essential for every competitive tennis player to perform at their best in doubles matches. 
They are easy to practice; all you need is your doubles partner (one serving, the other returning).

I recommend the above drills for intermediate and advanced doubles players willing to improve and win more matches.
Tennis coaches should also use them in their doubles classes with 2-4 players.
Here is the link to the three new drills.

Enjoy playing your best tennis!

Cosmin Miholca

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