Hit with Many Different Partners to Expand Your Tennis Game
It's easy for tennis players to get into a rut or have a very limited game. The key to having a good balanced tennis game and being able to hit a variety of shots is to vary your hitting partners. Sure practice is the best way to develop and fine tune your shots, but most of us do not have the advantage of being able to set aside practice time with a ball machine and such....nor do we want to. We enjoy playing and hitting with a partner.
If we only hit with the same partner week after week our game can become predictable and limited. This is because the person we are playing with will play to their strengths and we will end up returning the same shot on a regular basis. Thus the need to find a number of different people to play with. Playing against different styles and strengths will force us to defend more shots and develop our entire shot array. We will become a much more well rounded tennis player!
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