Tennis Podcast: Does The Score Distract You in Matches?

How to Stop Overthinking The Score


In this week’s tennis psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, welcomes back Ian Westermann, a USPTA certified teaching professional and host of the Essential Tennis Podcast.

Dr. Cohn and Ian answer a question from a tennis player who plays well in the first set, then starts to think about the score.

Listen to this month’s tennis psychology podcast to learn how to improve your performance in tennis and other mental game barriers that limit your performance.

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1 thought on “Tennis Podcast: Does The Score Distract You in Matches?”

  1. Question

    Your correct your friend don’t really care if you win or lose; it’s not going to effect your everyday life. However; at 68 years old playing 3.5 18 and over the problem with loosing imatchs is that the USTA holds it against you and will downgrade your level as well as teams not wanting you to be part of their group. Pressures Pressure

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