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(forehand and backhand)
(volleys and overheads)
player is just starting to play tennis
player has been introduced to the game, however has difficulty
playing the game due to a lack of consistency rallying and serving.
get the ball in play but lacks control, resulting in inconsistent
rallies. Often chooses to hit forehands instead of backhands.
to position in a manner to protect weaknesses. Inconsistent
singles, reluctant to come to the net. In doubles, understands
the basic positioning; comfortable only with the forehand volley;
avoids backhand volley and overhead.
complete service motion. Toss is inconsistent. Double faults
rally consistenly 10 balls in a row, especially on the forehand,
with an arched trajectory over the net when the objective is
to hit to a partner at moderate speed.
singles, consistent when returning towards the middle of the court. In doubles, difficulty returning cross-court to start
at ease at the net in practice but uncomfortable in a game situation.
a full service motion on the first serve. First serve in inconsistent
(less than 50%). Uses an incomplete motion to ensure a steady second serve.
to rally consistently 10 balls in a row on forehands and backhands.
Able to maintain the rally when receiving high, short or wide
balls, assuming the ball is received at a moderate pace, especially
on the forehand stroke.
control the direction of the ball in both singles and doubles,
when receiving a serve of moderate pace.
consistent on forehand volley with easy balls, inconsistent
on backhand volley. Overall has difficulty with low and wide
balls. Can smash easy lobs.
motion on both serves. Able to achieve more than 50% success
on first serve. Second serve much slower than first serve.
to move the opponent around the court or hit harder when receiving
easier balls. Can execute approach shots with some consistency (more than 50%).
return fast serves or well-placed serves with defensive actions. On easy second serve, can return with pace or directional control;
can approach the net in doubles.
confident at net play; can direct FH volleys; controls BH volley but with little offense; general difficulty in putting volleys
away. Can handle volleys and overheads that require moderate movement.
vary the speed or direction of first serve. Can direct the second
serve to the opponent's weakness without double-faulting on a regular basis.
to develop points with some consistency by using a reliable combination of shots. Erratic when attempting a quality shot,
when receiving fast or wide balls, and when attempting passing
in returning spin serves and very fast serves. On moderately
paced serves, can construct the point through hitting a good
shot or exploiting an opponent's weakness. In doubles, can vary returns effectively on moderately-paced serves.
singles, comfortable at following an approach shot to the net.
In doubles, comfortable receiving a variety of balls and converting
o offensive positioning; can poach on weak returns of serve. Able to put away easy overheads.
vary the speed and direction of the first serve. Uses spin.
use a variety of spins. Beginning to develop a dominant shot
or good steadiness. Erratic when attempting a quality shot in
two of the following situations: receiving fast balls, wide
balls, and in passing shot situations.
first serves, can defend consistently but very inconsistent (less then 30%) when attempting an aggressive return. In doubles,
has difficulty (less than 50%) returning a first serve at the
feet of the incoming serve and volleyer.
coming to the net after serving, consistently able to put the
first volley in play but without pace or depth; however, inconsistent
when trying to volley powerful or angled returns. Close to the
net, can finish a point using various options including drop
volley, angle volley, punch volley.
first serve with power and spin. On second serve frequently
hits with good depth and placement without double faults. Can serve and volley off first serves in doubles, but experiences
to maintain a consistent rally, 10 balls in a row on faster balls. Very steady strokes or has a dominant shot. Periodically
succeeds (50%) when attempting a quality shot when receiving fast or wide balls, and in passing shot situations.
succeeds (50%) at aggressive return off fast first serves using
dominant shot (forehand or backhand). In doubles can return
at the feet of serve and volleyer.
doubles, after the serve, has a good, deep crosscourt volley. Overhead can be hit from almost any position.
serve can win points outright, or force a weak return. Second
serve can prevent the opponent from attacking. Serve and volleys
on first serves in doubles with consistency.
This player has developed a gamestyle which is recognizable
as either an all court player, an aggressive baseliner, a serve
and volleyer, or a retriever. Has developed good anticipation
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