Missing life on the tennis courts? We are too! However, there are plenty of ways to stay on top of your tennis game from the comfort of home.

Each Thursday USTA Florida will share some activities, drills, and games from NetGeneration.com/TennisAtHome, so you can practice your skills from anywhere – your driveway, the backyard, even the kitchen!

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 FacebookInstagram and Twitter for more details on how you can play and win.

Check out some of the activities below to get inspired!

High Five Game

Tennis players need rhythm for all aspects of their game. Grab a family member, create a high five routine, and start working to improve your coordination! Want more of a challenge? Add some movement! 

 

Handshake Toss

Tackle the “Handshake Toss” and work on your hand-eye coordination and teamwork! Put your skills to the test by practicing with both your dominant and non-dominant hand.

 

Try Out New Skills

The greatest thing about a wall? It never misses! Practice your favorite trick shots and improve your creativity at home using a wall or garage door.

 

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.

Visit NetGeneration.com/TennisAtHome

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