How to Win a Tennis Tournament?

There is no better feeling than winning the tournament. When we win the last point in the final we start to respect our past work. We understand the reason of all hard practice sessions and we are happy that our … Continue reading

A Daily Mental Practice That Might Just Work

A Daily Mental Practice That Might Just Work “Focus”…”Concentrate”….”Stay in the present”… these are all words and terms we use when coaching players from time to time. We have difficulty understanding why they get distracted and lose focus during various … Continue reading

Four Reasons Why Tennis Players Choke

Tennis is a tough sport. Players have to not only train every day to achieve advanced level but they also have to deal with ups and downs through many years of playing career. Adding technical difficulty to these reasons we … Continue reading

Tennis Fear

Recent research from the University of Chicago and the University of Wisconsin shed some very interesting light on fear in tennis. Tennis is an eye-to-eye combative sport. Unlike team sports or individual sports such as track and field, tennis is … Continue reading

Tennis Parents and their Role in Developing Tennis Players

The article “Staying Out of the Way” was written by Nick Bollettieri, 4 December 2013 and published on tennisrecruiting.net I started teaching tennis in the mid 1950s. Not a day goes by where my mind doesn’t say, “here we go … Continue reading