Our Current Series
“How to Hit Better Volleys Without Hitting Better Volleys”
I know, I know. Sounds silly. But where your belly button is pointing definitely has an impact on how you hit your volleys. Watch this
We’ve made it inside the service line, but where do we go now? Left? Right? Stay put? Your approach shot will help determine how you
Too many times we hear “watch the ball” and we do just that. Yes, we need to watch the ball as it comes in, but
- Why are you going to the net?
- What shot are you hitting to get there?
- What do you want to do with this shot?
- How effective was your transition shot?
- Where should you go based on that shot?
- Why you absolutely must STOP!
- Where should your approach shots go?
- The difference between an approach shot and an approach volley.
- Why transition at all?
- Why you must get inside the service line.
- Are you offensive or defensive?
- Introduction to Read and React.
- Watch your opponent.
- Horizontal positioning.
- Where you should point your belly button.
- Redirect your volleys.
- How to prepare for offense or defense.
- It’s your approach shot, not your volley.
- What about the lob?
- What to do if you hit a bad volley.
- It’s all about Read and React.
- Better volleys through better approach shots.
- Hit up not down.
- Don’t use a quarter when a dime will do.
- More Read and React.
- Know what’s happening and why you’re going.
- Be flexible and ready to adapt.