Champions Might Fail from Time to Time, but They Never Quit

Champions might fail from time to time, but they never quit. They simply keep on trying until they get it right. When you are on a mission to achieve something, there will always be the critics, naysayers and those who … Continue reading

Tennis Fear

This article “Tennis Fear” is written by Ray Brown 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 … 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

The Mental Battle Behind the Tennis Game

The mental battle behind the tennis game This post was written by Diana Chalikov, owner at DCTP Tennis &Fitness. Many young tennis players and their parents believe whole heartedly that as long as they practice, practice and practice some more, … Continue reading

Resiliency in sports

Resiliency in sports Resiliency in sports is one of the key mental attributes an individual or team player must have. The ability to come back from behind, to fight fiercely until the last second of the game or last point … Continue reading