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KEEP YOUR HEAD STILL (1:00)

In this Sweet Spot, Rick Macci talks about the importance of a player being able to keep his or her head still when hitting a shot. (Rick Macci) | 36632 Views







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Learn how to position your feet and legs to hit balls from the center of the baseline when out wide and when you're running off the co... (Lorenzo Beltrame)



This Sweet Spot featuring Master Professional Rick Macci offers players a tip on how to play higher percentage tennis and avoid going ... (Rick Macci)



This drill works on volleys, reaction, agility and change of direction. Players need to react fast and be able to move through the bal... (Rick Macci)



The following drill works on a specific pattern that requires efficient movement and good ball placement. The student hits a forehand... (Rick Macci)



USPTA Professional Otis Sadler shares a doubles drill that stresses getting four balls in play. The four-ball pattern is designed to m... (Otis Sadler)



Here is a tactic you can use when playing against an aggressive baseliner. (Jorge Capestany)



Having a hard time against the aggressive baseliner? Learn how to keep the ball low and out of his strike zone by using slices. (Jorge Capestany)



Here are a few tips and drills on how to mix up the pace to make the aggressive baseliner uncomfortable. (Jorge Capestany)



In this Sweet Spot, USPTA Professional Yuliya Bourim explains the importance of warming up and stretching out the muscles before playi... (Yuliya Bourim )



USPTA Professional Lorenzo Beltrame gives a full 40-minute lesson to a student, using drills specifically geared toward teaching prope... (Lorenzo Beltrame)




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