Doubles Tennis Tactics
10 best advice to improve your strategy in doubles.

 

  • RULE 1: When you hit a good volley to an opponent, if the ball comes back don´t go to the other opponent that is prepared and ready, go to the same opponent that is not in a good position.
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  • RULES 2: First thing that comes to my mind, DO IT. Then we analyze it. But no doubt.
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  • RULE 3: Overheads, first get in a good position, then it’s not about how hard you hit it, it´s about WHERE you put the ball.
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  • RULE 4: We need to use short balls to get to the net. We need to practice slice balls shorts. Not even dropshots, but slice and short, and get close to the net.
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  • RULE 5: As a team you need to move all the time. If we are at the net if the ball goes my side, I cove the alley and my partner the middle. So, you have to move all the time.
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  • RULE 6: We need to take some risks in order to create unforced mistakes. We need to read the game. We need to cross when my partner hit a good return or serve. We need to go down the line. We need to be ready.
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  • RULE 7: In order to lob, if not is a defensive one, bring them to the net then lob them in an offensive way.
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  • RULE 8: When my partner hit a good shot (serve, groundstrokes, short ball, approach shot), we need to get closer to the net to see if we can finish the point.
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  • RULE 9: When we are standing on the net, we need to distract your opponent. We need to cross or intent at least, move, get noticed so you opponent will look at you, think of you, and that, will cost your opponent more unforced mistakes.
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  • RULE 10: When a lob is played, the team that receives it, needs to get back, and the team that hit a successful lob needs to move forward and see if they have the change to finish the point.

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