The Own the Zones Doubles Drill Series will focus on court movement, shot selection, and tactical concepts in the doubles game. There are three basic formations used to play out points in doubles: - One up / one back - Two back (both players at the baseline) - Two up (both players in the "zones")
We talk about the simple tennis system and how to stand in doubles and how zones apply.http://www.hawaiitennispro.com shows Tennis Doubles Tactics: Doubles...
Filmed in Cancun, Mexico at The Iberostar Hotel. Covering the net in doubles by shifting towards the zone where the ball has been hit. Dividing the court i...
The most common mistake that amateurs often make is that they stick to the line and position. Doubles tennis is not about beating down the line. Most of the players seem petrified when I tell them to handle the zone and not just the spot. It’s like playing zone versus playing man-to-man in football.
The depth (net to baseline) of one side of a tennis court is 39 feet. The first zone he talked about is the net to 13 feet back. The second zone is the next 13 feet of space, which would be around the middle of the court. The third zone is the final 13 feet, which is the last 13 feet of real estate until the baseline.
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Standard Doubles Formation. By default, you want one player in the back and one in the front. Simply put, it is the easiest and most appropriate option in the vast majority of scenarios. Net players and baseline players are crosscourt from one another.
East Texas Adult Major Zone. Location: Tyler. Date: June 4-6 . CATA Sunburned Doubles Adult Major Zone. Location: Austin. Date: June 11-13 . San Antonio Adult Major Zone. Location: San Antonio. Date: July 9-11 . Texas Tennis Museum & Hall of Fame Ad Doubles MZ. Location: Waco. Date: August 20-22 . Texas Adult Sectionals. Location: San Antonio. Date: September 3-5
Tennis is a sport where “Love” means zero and the scoring system is different for games, sets and matches. That is, it can be confusing. Here, we’ll look at the most social and team-oriented aspects of the sport for a lifetime – doubles – with a few helpful tips that you may want to know before you take to the court.