Structure Practice The Right Way

It’s Novak and Kei in the finals at the Roger Cup.

It’s going to be tough for Kei to beat him,because he seems to have this mental block when playing Novak in matches.

Hopefully he can have a mental break through today.

Novak took out Monfils very easy yesterday,so I’m not going to bet against him today.

Let’s see how it plays out.

But what I want to talk about with you guys today is tennis practice.

And how you are structuring your workouts daily.

If you are on a team,you need to work with your coach, to set up the best practice plan that you guys can,by structuring it in a way that,let’s you get maximum efficiency on the court.

This is how I like to structure my lessons for my players.

I don’t want to waste their time.

Even though the drills will differ from each other from time to time, the concept is always going to be the same in practice.

To make every minute and every rep count for something.

Experiment with different drills and try to expand on all of them in practice.

You can always expand on any tennis drill and make it even more effective for your practice training.

The key to structuring your practices better, is to use your tennis journal for feedback.

After every practice.

Get by yourself and write down how it went for you that day and also write down how you can tweak it a little more next time, to make sure you are making the most of your time out there.

It comes down to this.

Constant self-feedback after practice, then you making the needed adjustments and then keep making those adjustments,until you discover something that works.

Set up your practice schedule like that and you will start seeing some quick and positive results from them in not time at all!!

Enjoy the finals guys!!