Mental Game


The mental game plays a determinant role in competitive tennis. The only way to achieve consistent performances at the level you are capable of is by learning to control your thoughts, emotions and focus in such a way as to allow your body to play freely and automatically. In this section you will find a collection of tips, drills and advice to help your players become a better competitors.
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Be your own Coach

When on court you are on your own so you need to give yourself as much help as you can. Be your own coach and talk to yourself in the same way you would talk to a player that you are coaching.This post is only available to members. Pleas...

Learning to Play more Efficiently

Unnecessary tension is a major root of unforced errors. Learning to play more efficiently and only using the necessary muscle tension to produce the desired result will improve every part of your game.This post is only available to membe...

Observe the Ball

Failing to watch the ball to contact is one of the most common mistakes in tennis. Here is a drill to help player focus better and track the ball all the way to contact.This post is only available to members. Please register or log in.

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