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  1. Excellent drill. It teaches us positioning in the court (where we are in relation to the other three), alertness, when to poach and when to not, what we should do after the poach, anticipating the next opponent’s shot, what you should do to counter a drop shot (another drop shot away from the man in front of you), what your partner should do after your drop shot is countered, perfecting your ball direction, refining your volley and movement about the court. Only the most serious of players will commit to doing these drills.

  2. Seems counterproductive to nullify the 2 most important shots in doubles-  the serve and the return.  But I'm just a club hacker, no D1 college coach with a huuuge resume.


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