10 Rules of a Tennis Season

1. Never be outworked by always putting in 110% of your effort. 2. Don’t focus on your statistics. Sometimes an off-day can throw off your statistics, but it doesn’t change your abilities. Don’t let the statistics distract you from what’s important. 3. Remember that being the biggest or strongest player on the court doesn’t make…

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10 Qualities of a Winner

1. A winner doesn’t make excuses. It’s easy to find reasons to miss practices and workouts. However, if you stick to your commitments, even when conditions are not ideal, then you will have a successful winning mindset. 2. A winner maintains a White Belt Mentality. Try to learn anything you can from anyone you can and keep an open…

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10 Mental Mistakes Tennis Players Make

1. Getting involved in the hype or fan mentality by looking up statistics of yourself and other tennis players. Once the season ends, then you can decipher the statistics. But during the season, you should always just focus on improving your skills and yourself. 2. Associating with negative people will slow you down and taint…

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7 ways players kill performance

Avoid becoming too much of a fan instead of a player. Don’t look up other teams’ stats or rankings right before you play them. Also, at tournaments don’t watch the first place competitors too much either. All of those things will make you unnecessarily nervous and will distract you from your goals for that day.…

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Here are the 7 Cardinal Sins of Mindset in Tennis

1. Indifference/Apathy – There’s no room for these doubtful feelings if you want to develop your skills and improve your performance. Always put in 110%. 2. Stubbornness – Being stubborn means your aren’t coachable. Being uncoachable probably will make you unsuccessful. However, being open-minded might expose a new skill or technique that you would’ve otherwise…

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