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Developing a Winning Volley
Developing a Winning Volley
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ITEM # N913-05

A successful volley has many components to it and in this episode, USPTA Master Professional Rick Macci takes you from the split step to the follow-through, covering everything in between. He'll offer you tips on what to look out for and show you his four favorite drills to help improve volley technique. If you need a little help with your volley game, this show has everything you need to help you become a threat at the net!

In this DVD you will learn the step-by-step process of hitting a successful volley and discover drills to help you develop the technique needed for maximum effectiveness.

BONUS FEATURES

  • Understanding the swing volley
  • Interview with Rick
  • BONUS "On Court" episode: 10 and Under Tennis

RUNTIMES:    Main Feature: 20 minutes
                      Bonus Features: 34 minutes

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