Believe In The Process There’s an old expression, “Seeing is believing.” This saying states that you need to see something before you can accept that it exists or can happen. There is a fundamental problem with this saying… How can you believe you can accomplish something if you never had achieved that result before? For example, if you … [Read more...] about Kerber’s Mental Game Keys to Success in Tennis
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Tsonga's Mental Game Strategies To Stay Focused Crowds in tennis are, most of the time courteous and respectful to the players engaged in the match. Unfortunately, most of the time does not mean all of the time. At some point in your tennis play, you will have to deal with crowd outbursts, excessive cheering and rude interruptions from … [Read more...] about How to Refocus When Distracted
What Are The Tennis Yips? One of the most common anxiety-based issues athletes face are the yips. The yips can be seen across many different sports, but they also happen in the game of tennis. The yips occur when a talented athlete finds he or she cannot perform to best of his or her ability during a high-pressure event. Although the athlete … [Read more...] about Does Serena Williams Have The Yips?
Tips For Releasing The Grips Of Pressure Why do some players place so much pressure on themselves to win? Has placing pressure on yourself ever helped you win a match? Most tennis players falter under the weight of self-imposed pressure. Pressure is self-sabotaging... It would be like eating double cheeseburgers five minutes before a match... … [Read more...] about Shuai Overcomes Pressure At Australian Open