Tennis Podcast: Expectations Limit Junior Players

How Pressure Limits Performance


Welcome to session number seventy-three 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 addresses pressure and how it can affect your performance.

Pressure is a very common challenge for junior tennis players.

When players are expected to win a match or beat a particular opponent that isn’t as good, they experience excess pressure that limits their performance.

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1 thought on “Tennis Podcast: Expectations Limit Junior Players”

  1. My son Kevin (9 years old) is into very competitive tennis and has ranking 79 in Thailand in his age group. He suffers from perfectionism and thinks that every shot from him should be perfect. When it is not, his game spirals down, often accompanied by unacceptable tantrums on the court. We bought the 7-days plan in the Composed Sports Kid Series and completed it 2 times. He now knows everything about how he reacts to negative experiences and how it affects his game. But nothing has changed on the court. He says he can not help reacting the way he does and this “little angel sitting on his shoulder telling him everything is allright” does not work. What to do?


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