Whether you use it frequently or sparingly, coming into the net is a great tactic that keeps your opponent guessing and can bring you lots of free points. If you get a short ball and put your opponent under pressure then your ability to follow the ball in and put the ball away at the net makes a big difference.
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The punch volley is a crucial volley for executing a great net attack. To practice the punch volley, stand 3-6 feet from the net and have your partner hit medium paced shots to you that go at least a foot or two above the net. You can consider this volley as the bread and butter of your net game.
Volley in the air and volley the ball one more time over the net. This is a more advanced version of the previous drill where, instead of catching the ball, you volley it one more time back over the net. It will help you develop great hands and feel at the net without any need for verbal tennis instruction.
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Used as an aggressive shot in tennis, the volley is ideally played up close to the net. Sometimes circumstances require volley shots be taken further back. Whether a volley is taken close to the net or further back affects the range of motion to some extent. The volley is used extensively in doubles tennis. Often times, back and forth volley shots occur between doubles opponents. Sometimes with both teammates up at the net simultaneously.
The two most common volley tips are "Punch the Volley," and "Keep a Firm Wrist." Neither is an accurate description of the actual volley motions. Now if hearing one of those phrases makes you volley like Tim Henman, I say great, stick with it. My point is that these common tips don't describe what happens in a world class volley.