What Tennis Players Can Do to Stay More Composed
In sports psychology, we find that tennis players are challenged to stay positive and composed after failing to meet their own expectations in tennis matches.
These players struggle with letting their personal should’s and shouldn’ts undermine their ability to stay calm and control their frustration.
As an athlete, you want to determine what your personal triggers are that cause you to feel frustrated. Then, control your frustration by reacting differently to the frustration producing thought.
Learn more to discover how to change your reaction to be more accepting of mistakes by creating a new response or reaction when you fail to meet your expectations in tennis:
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