Mental Strategies to Stay Composed
Welcome to session number forty nine 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:
The top mental strategies to staying composed after a bad line call from an opponent.
Many tennis players become angry or upset after a bad line call from an opponent.
This can cause players to lose focus, speed up their play and under perform.
Listen to this mental game of tennis podcast to learn how keep your composure after a bad line call.
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Related Tennis Psychology Articles
- How To Stay Calm and Composed in Tournaments
- Tennis Podcast: Staying Composed When in The Lead
- Tennis Podcast: Stay Composed When Losing
- Download our a FREE Tennis Psychology Report
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