Tennis Podcast: Do You Play Better in Practice than Matches?

Taking Practice Skills to Matches


Welcome to session number forty 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 teaches you:

How to play as well in matches as you do in practice.

Many tennis players play well in practice, but have a hard time transferring their skills to matches.

Listen to the podcast to learn how to trust in your practice and perform well in matches.

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2 thoughts on “Tennis Podcast: Do You Play Better in Practice than Matches?”

  1. It’s actually the other way around for me… I suppose the pressure of winning drives me to work hard. I am crap during practice but during a match I’m very impressive. I suppose the pressure can shut some people down and make them nervous but it pumps me up, I love it :D.

  2. You are one of the lucky few that can raise their game in matches. Your challenge is getting focused enough in practice to improve and grow as fast as your skills and motivation will allow.

    Patrick Cohn

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