Tennis Podcast: How To Play Agressive in Matches

Brining Your Practice Game to Matches


Welcome to session sixty seven of The Tennis Psychology Podcast.

Dr. Patrick Cohn at Sports Psychology for Tennis, is a mental game of tennis expert and helps tournament players, tennis coaches and parents improve confidence, focus, and composure using sports psychology strategies.

In this week’s tennis psychology session, Dr. Cohn discusses:

Why junior players revert to a different style of play when they enter tournaments, such as playing too safe or pushing theball, compared to what they are taught in practice.

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1 thought on “Tennis Podcast: How To Play Agressive in Matches”

  1. Sorry – one more (on topic) comment. If you could play a match without making any mistakes, you would be a very tough opponent. Playing safe or pushing is a perfectly reasonable tactic (Andy Murray, anyone?) that can be very effective against players who *think* they’re shot makers, but actually aren’t. I lose to these people all the time! LOL.

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