Quality tennis footwork could be the most critical element in developing an effective game, we have seen time and time again how practicing incorrectly has led many down the wrong path. Roger Federer is one of the most graceful players in tennis. His footwork allows him to move smoothly and gracefully across a court, which can be hard for spectators at home to see on TV but is clear when you watch him train and play live. Our “T-Movement” footwork drills have been developed using the same advanced technology professional tennis players use every day.
Tennis drills are a great way to improve your tennis game. Practicing tennis strokes on a court is the best way to improve your skills, but it can be hard for some people. Consistently practicing your tennis agility drills on a court is easily the best way to improve your game. Our skilled program for tennis movement drills helps to improve your game no matter what level of skill you play at.
Imagine the court as a stage and you are an actor. You’ve got to be able to make any move on this big space with your body, which is like dancing in some respects. But it can also feel quite restrictive- no room for mistakes! The “T-Movement” patterns we use daily have helped professional players who work with us exceed at their game by breaking down how they play into smaller building blocks that become easier for them (and you!) to execute without thinking about each step too deeply when hitting balls back out on the court.
In our program we’ll share the “T-Movement” Tennis Footwork Drills with you that professional tennis players use every day. And don’t worry, it’ll work for everyone no matter what level they play at. The thing is, all people have something in common: we want to move better on court! Let us show you how this can be done: there are six types of footwork steps used by professionals daily and we’ll teach them to you.