Agility, coordination, endurance and speed are some of the many key fundamental athletic requirements needed for tennis. These areas can be developed and improved on by playing sports other than tennis and may even speed up the developmental process. There are a vast variety of sports which will assist in the development of your child’s tennis. These are sports which your child can participate in when they are not playing tennis.
Clay courts are one of the different types of tennis court surfaces. Most clay courts are red, some clay courts are green. Clay courts are made up of crushed stones and rocks (bricks).
As a youngster tennis player, the technical part of your tennis game is very important, but another main aspect is footwork and movement to help you get to balls on the court. Young players do not really need to do very heavy or hard fitness as they are still young and are growing but learning some basic footwork and movement drills is quite necessary.
DIFFERENT TENNIS SKILLS, DIFFERENT MENTAL FOCUS
We all know that young tennis players need to make efforts during training and practice to get their tennis skills improved. Mental focus means to put purpose on learning a specific skill during training or practice.