How To Aim Better In Tennis

Learning how to aim better in tennis is essential to winning more tennis points. Aiming better in tennis is not as hard as you may think. Once you learn the technique to aiming your tennis shots better. It will become very easy for you to learn how to aim better in tennis.

To learn how to aim better in tennis, you will need:

  • Tennis ball
  • Black marker                       
  • Tennis racquet
  • Tennis court
  1. To learn how to aim better in tennis you have to really focus on the tennis ball. If you focus on the tennis ball, you will learn how to aim your tennis shots better. A great way to learn how to aim better in tennis is to mark the tennis ball with a marker.
  2. Marking the tennis ball with a marker will allow you to aim better in tennis. Simply mark a dot on the tennis ball with a marker. The goal is to aim directly for that marked dot when you are hitting the tennis ball. If you aim directly for the marked dot on the tennis ball you will learn to aim better in tennis.
  3. See the tennis ball as a big clock. Seeing the tennis ball as a big clock will make it easier for you to aim better in tennis. The direction you aim the tennis ball will correspond to the time on the clock.  For instance, hitting the tennis ball at twelve noon will aim the tennis serve down the middle of the court. If you continue to practice hitting the the ball like a clock you will aim better in tennis.

 

 

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