Annacone believes that training the defensive skills is something neglected by most tennis players, and that the keys to playing good defensive tennis are twofold: 1) hitting with height over the net and depth into the other part of the court and 2) keeping your opponent deep and not allowing them to attack.
In respect to this, what are basic defensive strategies?
Some common zone layouts include:
- 2-3 ZONE. This is the most common zone layout. …
- 3-2 ZONE. This alignment places three defenders in line at the free throw line and allows for more pressure from the wings, making for a more difficult long-range shot.
- 1-3-1 ZONE. …
- 2-1-2 ZONE. …
- 1-2-2 ZONE. …
- MATCH-UP ZONE. …
- BOX & ONE. …
- DIAMOND & ONE.
Just so, how do you beat a defensive tennis player?
How do you beat a counter punch in tennis?
For our purposes, an aggressive player is one who is willing to put pressure on an opponent on every shot. … Although the placement and speed of the shot play a part, more central to the idea of applying pressure is an ability to hurry the opponent.
Attacking shots or offensive shots take the game to the opponent and put them under pressure or win points.
There are three strategies considered as essential elements of defensive strategy:
A company’s defensive strategies may include; Offering dealers/distributors special discount or better financing terms just to discourage them not to carry competitors products. Entering into an agreement (or strategic alliance) with dealers/distributors, to work as the company’s exclusive dealers/distributors.
The primary purpose of defensive strategy is to make a possible attack unattractive and discourage potential challengers from attacking another firm.