Five tennis Mental Toughness Tips

Five tennis Mental Toughness Tips

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Tennis is a sports were your results will be determine by how mentally tough you are, as a matter of fact your results so far in this game, have been an example of how weak your mental game is now.Here are a few idea for you to implement in your game today, so you can become more mentally tough on court.

 

1 YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS IN TENNIS, WILL NEVER RISE HIGHER THAN YOUR SELF FAITH!
Players don’t reach their goals because they don’t have enough faith in their game, confidence is okay, but self-faith is a bit more powerful, because with self-faith in your tennis game, you can proceed confidently even though the path may seem dark for you now!
The first thing I ask my students are” How bad do you want to be a champion”?

2 THE PLAYERS EXPECTATIONS WILL ALWAYS DETERMINE THEIR PERFORMANCES IN TENNIS MATCHES!
If players want to start winning more, they have to expect themselves to start WINNING MORE, or it is not going to happen for them.

3 DO NOT BE STUCK IN THE SELF-DISCOVERY PROCESS
The goal for you here is simple,to turn yourself mentally into a warrior
React positive after a lost or setback, this very important, because the more you can do this, the more mentally tough you will become in the future, players get stuck in the self-discovery process, because they never learn how to recover after matches.

4 HAVE A FOCUSED WORKOUT
The next step is very important okay, hit the court the next day more determine then ever and try to have a focused workout, when those negative thoughts try to creep in, refocus quickly on your goals,use the law of substitution for negative thoughts, it’s the theme of the world class players, so let it be yours!

5 PRACTISE BEING IN SILENT MORE.
Another thing you can try is to practice being in silents more, your real inner power is in silent, because this is when we can get in tuned with our unlimited power, whenever you get silent, you tap into your subconscious mind, and it will guide you to your tennis goals.
My studies on mental toughness have shown me that you can consciously feed your subconscious mind what you want and it will do the rest for you, but you have to trust it or again, it’s not going to happen on the court.