How to Play One Point at a Time

Staying at the Moment of Your Tennis Game

How do you play one point at a time especially when you have some bad points or missed shots?

Most tennis tends to lose their focus when they face early mistakes during the tennis match. This is very common for some and they allow their selves to be affected by their past mistakes. In this sports psychology tennis video, you will learn how to move on and not dwell on these mistakes and play at your best.

In addition, Dr. Patrick talks about the importance of mental game focus and staying in the moment of your game to succeed.

Tennis Confidence 2.0

Tennis Confidence 2.0

This Tennis Confidence: Mental Game Strategies for Tournament Playersis Dr. Cohn’s program to help tennis players, coaches, and instructors improve the mental game of tennis is just 8 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.”

Tennis Confidence is a complete mental training program developed Dr. Cohn. You learn the same strategies Dr. Cohn teaches his personal students to help them improve mental toughness and consistency – from managing unrealistic expectations to coping with perfectionism.

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2 thoughts on “How to Play One Point at a Time”

  1. My 14 yr old son used to okay very confidently. He has had some tough losses and now has began to second guess his game. He is playing with doing and fear. His practices and lessons look great but he is not able to transfer that to his matches

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