In Part Two of the "World Class Tennis Program," we
learn how to APPLY the techniques of Part One to build "world class" tennis
strokes. Below is an outline of some of the topics and issues that will be thoroughly
discussed in Part Two of our program.
LESSON #1 - FOREHAND
The forehand as a general purpose shot... Forehand modifications... Common forehand
abuses... Ten techniques for a "world class" forehand... How to develop an
offensive forehand... How to hit the ball hard and keep it in the court... How to hit a
forehand under pressure...
LESSON #2 - BACKHAND
The backhand as a general purpose shot... Why the backhand is more difficult than the
forehand... How to avoid the most common backhand error... The "ideal"
backhand... The one-handed backhand... The two-handed backhand... How to decide which
backhand is right for you... Common backhand abuses... Eleven techniques for a "world
class" backhand... How to develop an offensive backhand... How to hit a backhand
LESSON #3 - APPROACH SHOT
The two fundamental uses of the approach shot... How to hit an effective approach shot...
How to know when to use the approach shot... Common approach shot abuses... Nine
techniques for an effective approach shot... How to follow up your approach shot...
LESSON #4 - VOLLEY
The five types of volleys... The advantages and risks of serve and volley tennis... How to
recognize a volley opportunity... Common volley abuses... Eight techniques for a great
volley... How to hit successful half volleys... How to respond to a great volley... Volley
LESSON #5 - LOB
The lob as an offensive shot... The lob as a defensive shot... How to hit superior lobs...
How to avoid being lobbed... Why the lob is the most under used shot in tennis... How to
hit successful lobs under pressure... Common lob abuses... Ten techniques for a superior
lob... Lob development exercises...
LESSON #6 - OVERHEAD
The two basic types of overheads... The overhead as an offensive shot... The overhead as a
defensive shot... How to hit successful overheads... How to avoid having to hit
overheads... How to encourage you opponent to give you overheads... Common overhead
abuses... Nine techniques for successful overheads... The overhead and the non-hitting
arm... Overhead development exercises...
LESSON #7 - DROP SHOT
How to recognize a drop shot opportunity... Six strategic applications of the drop shot...
How to discourage your opponent from hitting drop shots... What all great drop shots have
in common... Common drop shot abuses... Eleven techniques for an effective drop shot...
How to reply to a great drop shot... Drop shot development exercises...
LESSON #8 - SERVE AND SERVICE RETURN
The serve and the service advantage... The two independent parts of the serve... Three
fundamental serves... Four basic service strategies... The second serve... Service court
target points... Common service abuses... Eleven techniques for a proper toss... Nineteen
techniques for a proper service motion... Service development exercises... Why the service
return is so difficult for many players... The service return as an offensive shot... The
service return as a defensive shot... How to develop a dependable service return... Common
service return abuses... Eighteen techniques for a superior service return... Service
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Tennis Instruction Training Manual Part Two - Stroke Development, the many tennis skills and techniques of Part One are selectively chosen and combined to build tennis strokes commonly found in "World Class" professional tennis players.
Also in Part Two, special emphasis is on student participation as the majority of material covered requires time spent on the court developing strokes.
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