Here we have a number of practice games or drills which can be played on a Tennis court as part of a coaching or training session. Doubles – Move Up. The aim is to improve doubles play, groundstrokes, net shots, and communication. How: Team 1 starts on one baseline and team 2 starts on the other baseline. Team 1 starts with the ball.
6 Fun Tennis Games to Spice up Your Tennis Lessons. Here are 5 fun tennis games to try with your classes. No doubt you’ll think of others or ways to adapt these ones slightly for your students. 1. Hungry Crocodile. This is a volley drill for younger students. Line the kids up by the net to show them the volley movement.
4 Simple Tennis Games for Kids By Zac Hirschbeck Whether you're an avid fan or completely new to the game, these fun tennis drills will help develop your ability to serve, volley and hit accurate forehand and backhand groundstrokes.
When the ball is caught properly, the child must place the ball on their racket and the first person who collects 5 balls wins. For a challenge, the coach can hit the ball high or low, fast or slow. 10. Toss and Catch. An excellent game to use in tennis training with kids 10 and under is the toss and catch game.
Here are 4 fun tennis games that are not traditional matches. 1. Tennis baseball. Baseball isn't just meant for the diamond – it can also be played on a tennis court! Split up your friends into two teams and designate a batting order and fielding positions. Designate areas as bases.
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Play tennis games at Y8.com. Enter the tennis courts for practice and for championships. Bounce the ball inside your opponents lines using an open netted tennis racket to score a point. If they return the ball, let it bounce and swing to send it back. Online tennis games mostly are singles, however some may offer doubles for 2 v 2 games.
Equipment: 7-9 hula hoops. A whole bunch of bean bags. Cones to mark center safe zone (if playing outside). Description: Scatter the hula hoops around the gym. Put as many bean bags into each hoop as you can. Split the class into 2 even teams, placing one team in the...
Have students form two lines (the red team and the blue team) behind two leaders about 15 feet apart. Each student in each line gets a number from 1 to the end. Place a hula hoop at opposite ends of each team's line. Place a blue ball in one hoop and a red ball in the other hoop.
Players: Whole Group Time: 10 – 15 minutes Skills: Concentration, Energiser An exciting chase game where you can sit on a chair for a quick escape. You need the same number of chairs as there are players – minus two. Spread the chairs out around the space, facing in all dierent directions.