Swinging Volley + Volley Tennis Drill with Vicky Duval

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Vicky Duval Swinging Volley + Volley Tennis Drill

WTA Player, Vicky Duval, takes us through one of her favorite drills to do up at net!

Practice your swinging volleys and volleys using this drill next time you are on the court!

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Vicky Duval Swinging Volley + Volley Tennis Drill

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