An exercise to do alone? And yes, you don’t necessarily need to be accompanied to train and progress. You can indeed take advantage of free land to do a little “shadow”. It is an exercise that few players appreciate, but essential to progress.
Preparation: You are alone on the field and do not need your racket. Place a ruffle on the bottom area, and another on the front cushioned side. Position yourself on the T.
Practice: You do a backward movement, go look for the steering wheel, and bring it to another place. You put it down, then go get the other flywheel, and drop it back somewhere else.
Time: 4 sets of 30 seconds, with a rest time of 1mn30 in each series. You can modulate the number of sets according to your level, endurance and physique.