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High release forehand throws in action

The high release forehand throw is one of the more difficult throws to master in ultimate but is super effective in a lot of game situations. Here are some good examples:




Video

Approach Shot Drill

Players: 2-6

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

Aim: Recognise and transition from baseline to volley position.

Description: Have players line up behind the baseline with the first player on the centre mark. 326 more words

Tennis Drills

King of the Court Game

Players: 3-6

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

Aim: Exercise match type gameplay

Description: One side of the court is deemed the ‘king’ and the other the ‘challenger’. Players line up with one on the king side and the remaining on the challenger side. 218 more words

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Alley Rally Drill

Players: Pairs

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

Aim: Accurately and consistently place forehands and backhands.

Description: On opposing sides of the net player’s rally keeping the ball in between the tramlines or doubles lines. 169 more words

Tennis Drills

Tennis: Querrey shocks Nadal to lift Acapulco title

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Acapulco, Mexico (AFP) – Unseeded American Sam Querrey stunned second-seeded Rafael Nadal 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) on Saturday to win the ATP Mexico Open and end the Spaniard’s run of perfection in Acapulco. 377 more words

Current Affairs

Missing My Forehand Drive

It started in mid-November when I first noticed some pain in my right hand wrist whenever I hit a tennis forehand drive. I didn’t pay much attention to it, as I thought I just needed rest, and the pain would go away after a couple of weeks. 432 more words

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Three Ball Circle Drill

Players: 1-8

Level: All

Aim: To play the ball on the move, focusing on footwork and timing. 376 more words

Tennis Drills