Teaching complicated footwork to beginners without instruction

FOR PARENTS OF YOUTH ATHLETES ::

When starting kids in tennis, have them stand about 15 feet from you. Toss the ball about 10 feet up and let them approach and hit it on any bounce. Youth tennis coaches often make the mistake of feeding balls directly to beginners like pitching baseballs, but this is tennis…they must learn to move to the ball from the get go.

After several repetitions, you’ll begin to notice their timing improve – they’ll move to the ball, set their feet, and step and hit the ball.

Footwork is one of the most important and difficult skills to develop, but it can be accomplished in the beginning if acquired naturally.

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