- Dink Reset Drill Hitting a dink reset down the line allows you to hit your shot in the direction your momentum is taking you to avoid fighting your body on a shot on the stretch.
- The dink reset is best used when you are pushed wide by an aggressive dink by your opponent and are late getting to the ball.
- Lunge with your outside leg and push forward with your outside hip to lift the ball.
- Place targets approximately halfway through the kitchen to practice keeping your dink short and unattackable from the air.
- Start towards the middle to allow your drilling partner to stretch you wide.
- Aim slightly more towards the middle and away from straight down the line if your opponent is able to execute an Erne.
- Half volleying the reset dink is often the best way to remove pace or spin.
- Remember the reset dink is a defensive/neutralizing shot that should be played more conservatively with the primary objective being to get the ball to bounce in front of your opponent down the line.
- Give yourself room for error by lifting your dink with clearance over the net.
Dink Reset Drill
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