If you can get out a bit more, 4 to 5 times a week, you will put yourself in a position to advance your game quickly. If you practice more than this, you need to be careful with injuries. It’s just as important to allow your body to rest as it is to train hard. How often you practice also depends on a few other factors that we will discuss next.
if you could practice on court for 2–3 hours with 1–2 hours of fitness training everyday then you should learn well. After some time you would need to spend time on strategy and in depth thought process conditioning. At the end of the day your mental, physical and psychological condition is important.
Every practice session was about two and a half hours long and really intense in most cases. As previously stated, our program was a nationally ranked NCAA D1 program with the ambition of reaching new heights every year.
4:00pm - Match Play (Practice Sets, Simulating Match Conditions) 6:00pm - Shower / Change of Clothes 6:30pm - Dinner (Meat, Vegetables, Pasta, Soup) 7:30pm - Relaxation (Watch TV, Movies, Listen to Music, Practise Guitar) 9:30pm - Bedtime A typical Jim Courier day during tournaments (Adjust accordingly to when the match is scheduled): 7:00am - Wake Up
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Every day, coaches from all around the world tell their students "get a bucket of balls and practice your serve.” This is great advice; however, just going out and practicing your serve without a purpose might just lead to boredom.
Generally, they practice at least three hours every day. Four to five hours a day is common. Many times a player will do separate workouts with rest in between in order to be fresh for the next workout or the next day. Besides practicing, though, it is a lifestyle.
For 12-14 years olds: 2-3 hours a day, 4-5 times a week of group lessons. 85% tennis – 15% other sport. For 15-16 year old (intermediate level): 3-4 hours of training a day, 4-5 times a week. For 16-18 year old (advanced level): 3-4 hours a day, 5-6 times a week.