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Category: Hitting
Type: Drill

HIT TO ONE CORNER-BASELINE




Drill Description: One player stands in the middle of the court on the baseline. The other player stands in the deuce court on the baseline. The player standing in the deuce court is able to hit anywhere on the court and the player in the center of the court should only hit to the corner in which the other player is standing. The goal is to have one player move side to side while still keeping the ball in play. This will improve that person’s stamina due to the running, and it will improve that person’s accuracy because he or she is hitting to one corner. After five minutes the player in the deuce court moves to the add court and the drill is repeated. After five more minutes, have the players switch sides so the other person will get to work on his accuracy and stamina.

Submitted by: Brandon Kramer


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