How to Return to The Tennis Court After a Break?

How to Return to The Tennis Court After a Break?

Whether you are a professional, an ameteur or an intermediate tennis player, taking a break from the game for a short time is quite possible due to many reasons. Sometimes, the players have to detach themselves from the game completely and spend some time doing other activities to get their rhythm back. Sometimes, players have to be away from the tennis court due to injuries or sometimes due to many different reasons. But, it alway becomes a bit difficult for the players to return to the tennis court after a break because of both physical and mental challenges. The coaches in tennis academy Dubai definitely help players to go through this transition easily but we are giving few tips which would help you to return to the tennis court after a break.

Start with the basics all over again

Always begin your return to training by going back to the basics after a prolonged absence from tennis. Putting a lot of ball feeding and drilling into really simplifying things can help you get momentum. This will also assist you in shaking off any rust and regaining your sense of balance, accuracy, and appropriate movements. You can start stepping up the training as the first and possibly second week progresses, adding more mobility, two-on-one drills, and higher intensities. When you start with the basics, you feel more confident in your shots and that removes the mental barrier whatsoever as your progress further.

Increase your physical training gradually

Start playing lots of points and obtain some match play in a couple of weeks before the forthcoming tournament. Work together with your coach to balance the various training modalities. Never does it just include drilling or simply lasts a week. The repetition not only wears you out physically, but it also takes a toll on your mind, which lowers the effectiveness of your exercise. It’s crucial to switch things up and maintain a balance between the two. Start cautiously and progressively build up your fitness level by doing heavy lifting (to establish a strong foundation), then as the weeks go by, add more conditioning and footwork drills.

Practice with players who are not as good as you

You can do a few things when playing with a player who is a level lower than you. One, it will increase your confidence. Two, since you’re attempting to hit with someone who doesn’t hit with a lot of pace, it gives you more time to hit and to adjust to the ball. Find a reliable 3.5 player for your first match or two back if you’re a 4.0 player. Although the final score may be closer than you would like, you will have a good chance to hone your abilities as you play. Find someone who won’t readily knock you off the court. You won’t gain much experience from that, and your confidence won’t increase.

Be patient and practice hard

It’s a good idea to get in at least one or two practice sessions before your first match, especially for those of us who are very competitive. You can develop some of your timing and feel for the ball by hitting with a partner, against a wall, or with a ball machine. When you first get back, it can be challenging to be patient. On the court, frustration can set in quite quickly. The better you play, though, the more you’ll need to concentrate on being patient and persevering through the strokes. Give your game some time to develop and practise patience.

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