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Category: Doubles
Type: Drill

BLOOD AND GUTS




Drill Description: Two players stand on the service line on one side, and the other two players stand on the service line on the other side. Each pair of people is a team. Any player can start the rally. The players then exchange volleys and play out the point. The goal is to go through the other team. This does not mean to try and hit as hard as you can, it means that you want to improve your reflexes. In order to do this you need to try and go through the other person to show who has the better reflexes. This also improves your quickness because you need to react with your hands and feet very quickly. You do not want to swing on your volley; you want to punch them firmly.

Submitted by: Brandon Kramer


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