So you’ve spent lots of money on your tennis racquet and have spend several hours on the tennis court, hitting thousands of forehands, backhands, volleys, overhead smashes, and serves. But what are you going to do next? Of course you want to see how you match up against another competitor in a tennis tournament setting. You got your USTA membership, you found the next tournament, you have you NTRP level picked out – most players are between a 3.5 to 4.5. All things are ready to go and the time has come to prove what you have worked so hard for. You get those pre match jitters and you think all will be well when it’s time to play.
The next thing you know it’s 6-0, 6-0 and you’re out! What the deuce??? Didn’t you work hard perfecting your game? You should have at least gotten in a game, right? Well here’s the deal, like most sports, tennis is mostly mental. You have to be in the match the whole time, that includes your mind! Yes, tennis has a mind game involved. All that court time you’ve put in is great and all, but you have also have to be mentally tough. Most, if not all tennis pros have their brain farts and lose a match (case in point, Nadal – French Open – 2009…nuff said).
So how do you fix it? You have to train your brain off the tennis court. In this little book there are so many little things that you can to do fix and perfect the mental game of tennis! Trust us, we’ve read it and it sure as heck has help us all – regardless of skill level.
Remember, we’re only trying to help your tennis game folks!