How to Be Confident in Your Own Game

Learning To Play Your Game and  Not Your Opponents

When you step on the court and look across the net and see the look of confidence on your opponent does that frighten you?

In this week’s tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from Amy.

Here’s what Amy had to say about her game:

“I am afraid to play against opponents who look confident on the court. I see their confidence across the net from me and I feel intimidated—they have something that I don’t. And it doesn’t matter how good actually she is. I could be a better player on paper, but I still get worried.”

Listen to the podcast to hear what Dr. Cohn suggests to help you focus on your game instead of your opponent!

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Tennis Confidence: Mental Game Strategies for Tournament Players” is an audio and workbook program to help tennis players, coaches, and instructors improve the mental game of tennis is just 10 easy to learn sessions. Tennis Confidence: Mental Game Strategies for Tournament Players Audio and Workbook program is ideal for any junior, collegiate, and tour professional player. Tennis coaches and instructors would also be wise to teach the strategies “Tennis Confidence.”

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