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Category: Doubles
Type: Drill

TWO UP, TWO BACK




Drill Description: Two people stand at the baseline and two people stand at the net. The two players at the net are a doubles team and the two players at the baseline are a doubles team. One person feeds the ball and everyone plays out the point. Doubles allies do NOT count. This drill helps to improve your doubles skills. Play a game in which the first team to reach eleven points wins. Once one team reaches eleven points, switch and have the team who was at the baseline be at the net and the team that was at the net move to the net.

This is a doubles drill played out on singles, court boundaries. This helps to keep rallies going and requires an excellent shot to receive a point.

Submitted by: Brandon Kramer


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