Mental Performance

Tennis is a mental game.  Everyone is fit, everyone hits great forehands and backhands.  —Novak Djokovic

Pressure is a privilege - it only comes to those who earn it.  —Billie Jean King

Many top professional players use a mental performance coach to help them achieve their goals.  Mental performance training can help players develop skills to become more self-aware, increase their ability to focus,  improve their confidence and resilience, and deal better with stress.  Being mindful at practice by using what a player learns in their sessions with a mental performance coach and doing at least 10 minutes of mental training off-court each day can make a big difference in the development of a player's game.  

Losing is not my enemy.  Fear of losing is my enemy. —Rafael Nadal

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