Tennis Podcast: Trust in Your Service

Trusting in Your Service Motion


Welcome to session number sixteen 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, you’ll learn:

How to boost your trust and confidence in your service motion. Some tennis players have the yips about their ball toss.

Dr. Cohn teaches you the top mental strategies to simplify your service motion.

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2 thoughts on “Tennis Podcast: Trust in Your Service”

  1. Hi Dr. Patrick Cohn! I’m one of those who are struggling with their service. i agree with what you said, that sometimes we overthink and overcontrol. So, i should learn how to let go. Any tips on how to “let go” your motion? Thanks very much!

  2. I suggest that you focus on your shot or target instead of trying to over-control the motion.

    Patrick Cohn

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