Tag Archives: sport psychology and tennis

Sports Psychology For Tennis Players In NJ, NY, CT, PA

Announcing  A Free Sport Psychology Seminar For Tennis Players, Tennis, Coaches And Parents Of  Top Players Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Psychotherapist, Author, Founder, www.StayInTheZone.com Tired of losing to players you should beat? Having difficulty closing out matches? Do you get nervous at the start of matches or in between points? Hoping for a college scholarship […]

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Tennis Tips: What Percentage Of Tennis Is Mental?

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Psychotherapist, Author, Founder, www.StayInTheZone.com   Once you master the physical and mechanical parts of the game, the mental part of competitive sports becomes increasingly more important. Understanding strategy and knowing how to stay relaxed, confident and focused under pressure are essential skills for the top tennis players in the world. Players […]

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Tennis Tips: How To Build Confidence And Focus And Play Tennis In The Zone USPTA Presentation

Last week, I gave two lectures to 50 tennis pros at the USPTA conference. The topics were: How To Build Confidence And Focus And Play Tennis In The Zone With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis Dream Therapy For Tennis Players The talks were well-received by this great bunch of people and fine tennis pros. I love […]

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How To Improve Your Serve In Tennis With Sports Psychology: Six Simple Tips

Tennis players of all levels periodically struggle with their serve. Once you learn the mechanics of hitting the serve, it is useful to have a mental routine to go along with your service routine and motion. Here is a simple method which many players have found helpful. 1. Walk up to the line confidently. 2. […]

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Sports Psychology And Tennis: The Importance Of Early Preparation In Top Tennis Players

The importance of early preparation in tennis and other sports has been well-documented. Nick Bollettieri, the well known tennis coach, in one of his books describes a rating system that he used to evaluate the level of various tennis players. An average player gets ready or prepared as the ball bounces on his or her […]

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