Playing tennis against a wall helps develop your reflexes, stamina, and general form while improving consistency. In general, it improves your game and is an excellent workout for burning excess calories, especially if you are a beginner.
Toss a ball up and hit it down into the ground in front of the wall at a medium pace. The ball will pop up like a lob and give you a chance to hit an overhead. Hit your overhead into the same area...
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Stand about 4-6 feet from the wall and practice forehand volleys first. Then do backhands. Finally, alternate between forehand and backhand volleys. I feel even a five-minute volley session on the wall improves my volley reflexes when on court. When hitting groundstrokes on the wall, make sure you are using your pivot and rotations. If the ball comes off the wall too lively, use a ball that is not new or less lively.
The first drill you can do against the wall is simple repetition on each side. Start with 100 forehand volleys without a break, followed by 100 backhand volleys. They don’t have to be in a row, if you miss just keep going. The closer you get to the wall, the more challenging it will be.
That is cool that you played tennis off the east wall of Don Carters. What a great memory. Remember when Don Carters was the end of the road? Driving out there was like driving to no mans land. Remember College Park Inn? Here's an old one...Village Mall. Remember that mall on the south west corner of Kendall and 97th Avenue.
A tennis racquet's strings are highly elastic and thus exert a strong restoring force on a ball when it impacts the strings, which helps add to the impulse delivered to a tennis ball when it is hit. A tennis ball is relatively inelastic compared to a the strings of a tennis racquet.