Liked the simplicity of the drill, and most importantly, pointing out that top players often have to hit many neutral or defensive balls before they get one “green” ball that they can attack. This is often a hard concept to sell when coaching some players who are not known for their patience.
Great video! A lot of important concepts that are delivered in a simple way to make it practical to get out there and do. Appreciate this!
A very nice way to guide the soft or the hard of the shot.
Great Lesson Jorge!
Please tell Marti “Hello!” for me. 😊
Will do Renee
Muchas gracias, Jorge, your lesson today eith color codes will stick in my mund forever!! Saludos a tus mujercitas!
Excellent presentation. It is true many players only see the green instead of the many yellows and reds in the point. Patience and setting up points are essential.
Again, Jorge, you make us aware of the biggest and most important part of the game: the shots before the winners. A most valuable lesson that I’d never really given that much consideration. My high school team will benefit greatly from this. Thank you!
That was excellent! Master the yellow ball. I also like that she has a “special green” in her two handed backhand that for others may be a yellow or even a red. She obviously knows her strengths.
Cool stuff…. We use “Defense, Neutral or Offense”, or “Defense, Neutral or Attack”.
Or, “Red, Yellow or Green light.”
It’s all good. I always enjoy your presentations.
Thanks! Yes, “Master the Yellow ball.” A terrific tennis tandem.
very good, it about the yellow (rally) ball! I shared this with my 12 year old son
Excellent piece!! Especially like the idea that the yellow balls need to be mastered before the greens can be achieved!
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