The trajectory as the basis of tactics: Basic work on red courts
Keywords:Strategy, Initiation, methodology, progressions
This article discusses the great success of the ITF Play and Stay initiative while also reflecting on some technical and methodological issues noticed in its practical application. After defining such issues, potential solutions are suggested in regards to the contents and targets set for this fundamental phase of the game. Finally, ideas and suggestions are provided to further enhance the beginner player ́s tennis experience.
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