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 must also learn how to manage travel, peaks and valleys, injuries, tough losses and periodic setbacks.

Having coached top athletes from virtually every sport from around the world, I can tell you that the great ones are almost always confident and resilient.

I am delighted to be able to help tennis players who are trying to reach the peak of the tennis world and I am thrilled to be associated with PointToProve.com.  Harry Brown, the founder of this organization, is committed to helping players  so that they can succeed and advance their careers.

I look forward to helping players to manage the stress of being on the tour, handling distractions and managing interpersonal relations with coaches, agents, parents, spouses and the media.

Dr. Granat can be reached at 888 580-ZONE or at info@stayinthezone.com

 

 

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Dr. Granat

About Dr. Granat

Since 1978, Dr. Granat has counseled thousands of highly competitive athletes from many different sports. His clients have included golfers, tennis players, bowlers, runners, boxers, baseball players, basketball players, pool players, hockey players, ice skaters, wrestlers, fencers and martial artists. (Satisfied Clients) on this site. Now athletes who are struggling with choking, nervousness, lack of confidence, negative thoughts, self-doubt, lack of energy or concentration problems can get the help they need to excel in their respective sport by phone.

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