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What defines a good tennis lesson

A good tennis lesson should be tailored to the individual needs and goals of the student. It should be structured in a way that allows the student to learn and improve at a comfortable pace, and it should be engaging and enjoyable. Here are a few specific things that can make a tennis lesson good:

  1. Clear goals: The teacher should have a clear understanding of what the student hopes to achieve in the lesson, and should structure the lesson around helping the student reach those goals.

  2. Proper progressions: The teacher should start with the basics and gradually introduce more advanced concepts as the student becomes more comfortable and proficient.

  3. Effective drills: Drills are an important part of any tennis lesson, and a good teacher will use drills that are designed to help the student improve specific aspects of their game.

  4. Positive reinforcement: A good teacher will use positive reinforcement to encourage the student and help them build confidence in their abilities.

  5. Customized feedback: A good teacher will provide personalized feedback to help the student understand what they are doing well and where they need to improve.

Overall, a good tennis lesson should be enjoyable, educational, and effective at helping student achieve their goals.

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