The Bailey Method – Part Three – Defensive Footwork

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The Bailey Method identifies and provides solutions to more than 50 of the most common problems associated with movement, footwork and balance when playing tennis.

This is the third in a three part series of articles that will explain the correct contact move by listing the relevant approaching ball, footwork selection, hitting stance, contact move and corresponding balance move.

David Bailey has shared his expertise with ONcourt. Enjoy!

Part 3 – Defensive Footwork

And for those who missed the first two parts of David’s series on footwork:

Part 1 – Offensive Footwork

Part 2 – Rally Footwork

David Bailey, Contributing Editor


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