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Tennis Podcast: Keeping Composure After Losing a Close Set

Tennis Psychology Podcast

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

Tennis Podcast: Do You Lack Confidence in Your Strokes?

Tennis Psychology Podcast

How to Feel Confident in Your Strokes In this week’s tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from a tennis coach who has one player who is scared of using her forehand especially on winners. Listen to this month’s tennis psychology

Tennis Podcast: Emotional Toughness With Steve Moore

Tennis Psychology Podcast

Overcoming Mental Game Barriers In this week’s tennis psychology podcast eighty-one, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn, interviews coach Jeff Moore. During his 23 year career at the University of Texas, Jeff’s Longhorn Women’s Tennis Teams won 2 NCAA Championships, appeared in 2 NCAA finals, advanced

8 Bonuses of a Strong Mental Game of Tennis

Tennis Psychology

Using sports psychology to improve your tennis performance might be the fastest way to boost consistency in matches for many junior, collegiate, professional, and club players. Your mental game can help you win matches given you have mastered all the strokes. What are the top advantages of improving your tennis

Pro Tennis Psychology: Tsonga’s Success


Jo-Wilfred Tsonga pulled off a huge upset in the Paris Masters Tennis Tournament last week. Tsonga defeated David Nadlbandian 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 in the finals. Tsonga cruised through three higher seeded players: Andy Roddick, James Blake, and Novak Djokovic to put him in the final. As a sports psychologist