How To: Practice the cross step in tennis footwork

Practice the cross step in tennis footwork

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The cross step is a step you can take when recovering back to the middle of the court. It allows you to recover a little bit faster than simply side shuffling. As a result, this footwork pattern is appropriate when you have been pulled wide off the court and need to cover a lot of ground quickly. Make sure the cross step is part of your footwork arsenal!

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