This tennis drill helps players extend the rally and become more consistent from the baseline.

Players 1 & 2 are partners and compete against players 3 & 4.

Points are all played straight ahead on separate halves of the court.

Partners are working cooperatively to sustain a rally longer than their opponents.

There are two ways to score points…

1) Have your rally go longer than the other pair of players.

2) Get to ten shots in a row before the other pair does it.

Having option two keeps players from trying to moonball or “push” the ball to win by outlasting the other team.

This tennis drill solves the problem of boredom when practicing consistency because it has a competitive element to it.