“It is through consistent individual effort that we reach success”
Tennis players don’t want to or don’t have the courage to do this, yes success does take time.
So learn the system, then work the system.
After every practice write down how you think you played, and try to step outside of yourself and discover what you need to work on in your next practice, then get more reps in the next time out there.
If you get the reps in and do them with true intentions, you should feel as though your game is constantly improving.
When we see players playing a lot, but not improving, it is because they are not playing with true intentions on court.
I see many players falling into this trap too.
Work on your game and focus on building up your mental game at the same time.
The player that can concentrate on every possibility for their game, is the one who can make tennis look like an art form.
Being successful in tennis is just like everything else in life,you have to work at it and have faith that you can do it.
Hope you completed the 7 day challenge and now I want you to take this post and print it out so you can refer back to it later.
The idea here is to stop looking to cut corners and give more self-effort towards improving your game, and that’s the Champions mindset.
We got Tsonga vs Murray playing now, so I’m going to get into this match.
Talk to you tomorrow.