If you are interested in learning tennis or in improving your tennis game even with the COVID-19 pandemic going on, you are not alone. There are many others in the same situation as you. Luckily, there are many ways that you can go about tennis training even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Get to know some of the steps you can take to do your tennis training during a pandemic. Then, you can get to training as soon as possible.
One of the best things you can do if you want to get yourself in shape for tennis and improve your swing and form is to use YouTube videos. Courts may not be available where you live right now and instructors may not be offering individual or group lessons because of the pandemic.
However, this does not mean that your form or anything else has to suffer. You can use YouTube tutorials and exercise programs to keep in shape and improve your tennis form and performance until you can get back on the courts.
You can also film yourself and post videos on YouTube and social media and ask for tips to improve your game. That way, you can get some outside opinions. Alternatively, you could use the videos to analyze yourself and make adjustments.
Get the Right Equipment
If you have room in your backyard, you could purchase tennis training equipment like a racket, balls, and even a net. You could build your own tennis court or practice area in your yard.
Should you not have room for a full court, you could set up half of a court against a wall and practice serving against a wall or just playing against the wall. This would allow you to almost have a "partner" without actually having to have a person there (or the space for one).
Having all of this tennis training equipment at home will also mean that it will be less likely for you to expose yourself to the possibility of contracting COVID-19. You will be able to keep your equipment clean and sanitized any time it is used. Additionally, you will be able to avoid direct contact with strangers.
Now that you know a few ways to go about training for tennis during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can be sure you stay on top of your game no matter what the current state of the world may be.