Attention all tennis players.
If you are a competitive tennis player, be sure to take a few notes from this article.
I’m going to share with you 3 things you need to focus on before, during and after your tennis matches.
So let’s get right to the point.
This is where you come into your training.
Both on and off the pitch.
“If you have been in matches for a while you need to focus more on mental training before your matches.”
Because you have to be able to handle the pressure that the competition is putting on the table.
Many junior players have talent and all the shots in the world.
But, they cannot execute these punches when faced with the pressure in competition.
Can you relate to that?
I thought so!
2) During the competition.
Learn to execute your strategies and tactics while playing.
It’s all about how to win and how to execute your strategies in your matches.
Which takes a lot of time and mental effort.
Do you always see yourself winning in your mind before every game!
Practice adjusting your tactics when you need to and keeping up with everything that happens in your matches.
And you have to trust your pre-training.
If you get the results you want, the problem lies with your pre-match planning and training.
3) After the competition.
Okay, win or lose.
Stay alone after the game and write down what happened in your tennis journal.
Put it all on paper.
Also be honest with yourself.
Your journal is for your eyes only, so keep it real and write down what you need to work on at your next practice.
Then make sure you get the job done.
The 3 keys to achieving better results in matches are …
Planning and training before the game.
Then you need to focus on performing during your matches.
The final tip is the post-game review.
Try to combine these 3 elements together and focus on mastering each of them as fast as possible.
Focus on each of them as best you can and you will get better results.
By the way.
There are no shortcuts to this process.
The three of you have to work together as a team and you have to be the leader of that team.
One more thing.
You should never view any part of this process as a failure.
These are just feedback, so make any necessary adjustments and keep improving your efforts.
Time to get down to business my friend!
Source by Thomas Jay Daniels