How to Regain Your Concentration

Regaining Focus in Matches

Tennis psychology expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn of Peak Performance Sports, LLC answers a mental game of tennis question from a tennis player, in his new video series titled, “Ask Doc.”

This tennis player wants to know regain concentration after its lost in the middle of a match and perform his best.

Find out how not to become complacent with the lead in the match.

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1 thought on “How to Regain Your Concentration”

  1. Thanks for this video Patrick. Some great tips to stay focused and hungry when you’re ahead.

    So easy to squander a lead rather than stretch the lead still further. One method I use is to say to myself that I don’t want my opponent to get a single point, and then I fight for every point.

    Keep your video clips coming!

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