In tennis, developing good hands on the volley is the key to being able to handle all situations at the net. There are many situations at the net where the traditional punch volley technique is not appropriate and will in fact cause you to make errors instead of giving you the advantage in the point. For these situations, you’ll need feel and touch.
The preferred grip is the backhand grip, with the base knuckle and index finger on the right side of number 1 or eastern backhand for the right-hander. (Left side of number 1 for the left-hander). The most commonly taught grip is the continental, the reasons are explained in more detail in the forehand volley section.
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Have someone feed the ball to you and simply absorb the pace (energy) of the ball, volley it upwards, and catch it with your off hand. This volley drill teaches you to really watch the ball well, move softly and in harmony to the ball, and allow the racquet head to absorb the pace of the ball. It’s also a perfect drill to learn a stop volley. 5.
To execute a clean forehand volley, keep your hand extended in the opposite direction and slightly tilt your wrist. As you’re about to hit the forehand volley, move the opposite hand towards your body. Herein, both your arms will be moving towards each other. Using this technique will help maintain control and balance.
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