Stroke patterns are very important to practice. They help the player to automate strategies and stroke sequences and to apply them in the match. Although the task is very simple, there are a few things to keep in mind with this type of drill. For example, the coach should pay attention to the exact fulfillment of the task. The strokes should be played exactly on target, and the angle bisector should be observed after the last stroke. In addition, the player should behave match-realistically, which means, for example, that he moves to the bisector once again before an approach shot and only then runs to the short ball. In this video, you can see very well how even players who have been playing tennis for several years still have problems remembering all the points. It is therefore all the more important to practice this form of training frequently.