Whether it’s your living room, kitchen, backyard or driveway – there are plenty of ways to stay active and play tennis at home.
Each Thursday USTA Florida will share some activities, drills, and games from NetGeneration.com/TennisAtHome, so you can practice your skills from the comfort of your home and stay on top of your game.
We know tennis never stops, so we’re here to help keep the fun going. Florida residents, we encourage you to participate in our #TennisAtHome #FloridaTennis social media contest. Share with us how you’re staying active with the hashtags #TennisAtHome and #FloridaTennis, and you could win a $50 gift card! For the official entry rules click here and be sure to like and follow @ustaflorida on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more details on how you can play and win.
Check out some of the activities below to get inspired!
It’s all about working on your hand-eye coordination! Try your hand out at this challenging activity in the backyard, driveway, or any flat surface. Once you’re comfortable, ramp up the difficulty by looking to the sky!
Grab your racquet and get ready to take on backspinners! This activity will help you learn how to gain control of the ball, utilize your continental grip, and work on creating backspin.
Rally Me Flips
World No. 28 Amanda Anisimova demonstrates a drill to help you work on your forehand and backhand, by flipping the racquet back and forth.
Jump, Squat, Turn Around
Do you have what it takes to keep up with 2017 US Open Finalist Madison Keys? Try your hand at this activity that’ll get you moving – and don’t forget to think fast!
From the walls inside your living room to the garage or the backyard – check out these videos from across Net Generation as players sharpen their tennis shots at home!
Net Generation aims to inspire the next generation of tennis players by embracing all aspects of youth play for kids ages 5-18. The objective of Net Generation is to provide a child-friendly, safe connection to the sport, as well as a platform to celebrate individuality and self-expression. Net Generation makes it easier for kids and their parents to learn about tennis and get into the game in schools, parks and tennis clubs across the country.
Need more ideas to play at home? Click the button below for a full list of fun activities and drills.