TENNIS TRAINING AND TENNIS COURT
Best Tennis Court in Indore for Tennis training

Tennis is a physical sport for maintaining health, fitness, strength, concentration and agility. It also has social and psychological advantages that are beyond TENNIS comparison. Playing tennis helps you increase your mental concentration, enhances your social circles, and reframe your confidence to a very new level as you learn new skills and discover new talent. It’s also an effective, efficient and great way to maintain your body shape. 

Generally, the sport is played in a sports club and is distinguished with the types of courts that usually decide the type of game you play, the comfort of your body while playing the sport and many other basic elements. However, SPS is one of the best schools in Indore, offering an amazing tennis court in town. From inculcating values to encouraging sports and physical activities, Standard Public School is known for the child’s overall development.

Here are some of the advantages of playing tennis and ways to teach great talent of tennis with effective training and workout techniques for your child:

01. Workout
  • Give a shot to the ball cross-court (diagonally) to your partner for four shots.
  • After four shots, shift to the other edge or corner of the court and hit the ball cross-court from that end.
  • Continue to perform this activity alternatively for stretches of 30 to 60 minutes to train your aerobic tennis endurance.

This type of training is a great help for weight loss and help to build your mental concentration, as to avail the best advantages and benefits you need to keep the ball in play!

02. Anaerobic Endurance

Fewer workouts of high intensity are known as anaerobic exercise. These techniques intake oxygen more than your body can supply, so your body is bound to use energy from other sources that are stored in your muscles. The word anaerobic is explained as ‘living without air’, and the speed and race of tennis rallies often explain that players need to run all around in the court without having enough time to breathe.

Workout
  • Ask your partner to pass you 10 balls, alternating between your forehand and backhand side.
  • To coordinate with the balls and connect with them, you’ll require sprinting the whole length of the baseline as quickly as possible.
  • Take a rest for 45 seconds and repeat the exercise.
03. Power

The fast and swift you are, the better you are at playing tennis. In the same way, the stronger the power of your leg muscles, the better your tennis game will be. Every tennis player can get an idea of hitting a ball right, but the reason some players are more successful than others is down to their explosive speed and the power of their movement across the court. Plyometrics or jump training is the best way to develop your correct speed-strength ratio.

Workout
  • Ask your partner to pass you 10 balls, alternating between your forehand and backhand side.
  • To handle these balls and connect with them, you’ll require sprinting the whole length of the baseline as quickly as possible.
  • Take a rest for 45 seconds and repeat.
  • Keep up at least five mini-hurdles (approx.1 metre apart) like rungs on a ladder.
  • Stand on the side to the first hurdle (at the bottom of the ‘ladder’).
  • Jump over each mini-hurdle, landing on both feet on each side alternatively.
  • When you jump the last hurdle, try to stand on one leg before pushing back to repeat the opposite way.
04. Speed and Agility

Tennis is a game of split seconds and is definitely based and measured with concentration as well; your ability to react swiftly to a tennis ball smashing at you will announce how good your return shot will be. Therefore, your speed and ability to change and drift into direction is imperative to your game. You’ll require to shift and move at a full sprint, then slow down in a couple of steps so that you can balance enough to hit the ball.

Workout
  • Ask your partner to stand a couple of metres away, but in front of you, arms held out wide (to form a cross) with a tennis ball in both hands.
  • Your partner will slowly drop either the right or left ball, and you have to sprint, run and catch the ball after one effective bounce.
  • Your partner can shift or move back from you until you eventually have to run to an extra edge to grab the ball in time. This exercise will help you improve your concentration and reaction times.

These tips and tricks will help you with some necessary and base information for a tennis training program for your court.

Good luck, feel free to reach out!