How To Stay Composed After Losing a Close Set
In this week’s tennis psychology podcast, mental game of sports expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, welcomes back Joe Dinoffer, a Master Professional in both the PTR and USPTA, a distinction awarded to only a handful in the tennis industry.
Joe also received the prestigious 2006 USPTA Tennis Industry Excellence Award. Joe is the author and editor of 16 books and more than 45 DVDs. He is the founder and president of Oncourt Offcourt, a training aids and educational site.
Dr. Cohn and Joe discuss:
How to stay composed after losing a close set in tennis.
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