Improving Match Time Confidence
In this week’s tennis psychology podcast, mental game of tennis expert, Dr. Patrick Cohn answers a question from a tennis player who says:
“Currently I have been developing a new technique in my table tennis reverse backhand stroke. During training my coach says that my shots are near perfect and my consistency is very high. Sometimes I don’t even miss a shot. However, when it comes to playing in a match, I am unable to utilize this stroke. We found out that I kept thinking of the stroke and afraid of missing. I am a very consistent player and don’t like making errors. Any tips?”
Dr. Cohn gives mental game tips on how to overcome fear of failure in tennis.
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