Welcome to tennistraining-online.com – your tennis platform for coaches and players. We offer you a wide range of tennis drills that you can use for your tennis training.
Our platform is primarily aimed at tennis coaches who are looking for sample drills and suggestions for their tennis training, but also at tennis players who want to take their tennis training to another level.
We want to show the widest possible range of tennis drills that you can perform in your training. On this platform you will find drills for kindergarten children, as well as for juniors and adults. You will also find tennis drills for small and large groups, good and not so good players, beginners or advanced players, large and small groups, singles training and much more.
It is important to us that you do not see the drills performed with the professionals of tomorrow. Rather, our tennis videos show the everyday life of a tennis coach who has to work with less talented players who hit the ball into the net, as well as with talented players. This shows the realistic everyday training of a club coach. However, the drills can often be adapted to upcoming professionals and top players.
Tennis Training Online is divided into several sections. Are you looking for tennis specific fitness drills like coordination, stabilization, agility and speed? Or are you looking for warm-up drills for all kind of players? We also provide a lot of ball hitting drills like coach feeding or stroke warmup. Then you will find here what you are looking for.
There is also a youth and adult section where you can choose from different categories. Among other things, you will find tennis drills for 2-4 players, tennis drills for advanced players, single training, as well as drills for larger groups and the Green Stage for junior players of tomorrow.
We have dedicated a separate section to children’s training, as these tennis drills are often more specialized. Here you can find the red and orange stage, as well as the kindergarten training, ball school or hand eye coordination drills. Playful learning with a lot of fun can be found in the fun games section. A player who has fun in the tennis training will learn faster.
The “Drill of the Week” series on Youtube has also been very popular. This series will be continued on our portal under a new name (“Drill Time”). Here individual drills are presented and explained by Martin Kares. These videos are recorded in German but will be supplemented with English subtitles.
On our platform you can search for specific tennis drills for your tennis training. With a good category structure and tag system you can quickly find your tennis drills.
On our platform you will find a free and paid offer of videos. The free videos are mostly imported from Youtube. The premium content is only available to visitors with a premium membership. The videos are streamed from our own server, contain detailed drill descriptions, tips and hints for the drills, and are professionally accompanied by music. For selected drills, there are also sketches of the exercises for download.
The platform was created by Martin Kares, tennis coach from Germany, former Bundesliga Men 30 player. Martin has been a club coach, district coach and licensed DTB B coach for many years. Martin is also active on Youtube and has been showing his training videos online already since 2019.
And now we wish you a lot of fun while browsing through and discovering tennistraining-online.com. Hit the ball and let´s start practicing.
Tennis drills help you to learn and improve your tennis skills. Tennis drills can be done with your partner or with your coach. First and foremost, however, the coach is the one who thinks up the tennis drills and works with you specifically on strengths and weaknesses. On this platform you will get a lot of practical examples how to hit the tennis ball better and a lot of expertise on how to become a better tennis player, but primarily you will get inspiration as a tennis coach to perform a better and more varied training.
Tennis drills are important to automate stroke sequences, but also to practice important conditioning skills such as coordination, speed, endurance or footwork. They also simulate real match situations, allowing players to apply their skills in a more practical setting.
You will find here almost all types of tennis drills for your tennis training. From beginner drills to professional, whether singles training or group training, whether old or young – there are suitable drills for all sections.
For a recreational player, we recommend practicing at least twice a week and for at least one hour. With only one hour of practice per week, progress will be slower to observe. We also recommend playing by yourself with a training partner in addition to your normal training. Because the training and the tennis drills are only a supplement to the actual match.
Many of the tennis drills you see on this platform can also be practiced on your own. For the classic hitting drills you need at least one player (coach) or a ball machine.
For most of the drills you don’t need more than a racket, some balls and a tennis court. However, if you want to make the drills more complex and focused, we recommend using aids such as cones, line markers, hoops and more. It is also important to use the right balls. If you are a beginner, you should also use balls with reduced pressure. Children should also learn to play tennis with Red Stage or Orange Stage balls.