Patrick J. Cohn – Peak Performance Sports – Tennis Confidence Program (2009)

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Tennis Confidence: Mental Toughness CD and Workbook Program

Boost Your Mental Toughness For Tennis! Learn Mental Game Strategies Pros Use!

Patrick J. Cohn - Peak Performance Sports - Tennis Confidence Program (2009)
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Are you (or your tennis players) performing up to your ability in matches? And do you bring your best and most confident game to matches?

If you want to improve mental toughness skills for tennis and perform with stable and proactive self-confidence in matches, I strongly suggest you read this entirely:

I’m mental game coach Dr. Patrick Cohn – owner of Sports Psychology for Tournament Tennis Players and Peak Performance Sports, LLC. I like to share with you powerful mental strategies to help you perform your best in tournaments – the exact same mental strategies I’ve taught to junior, collegiate, and professional athletes successfully for over 30+ years.

What’s the key to playing your best tennis? After all the practice and training is complete, you must master mental skills for tennis!

Tennis is a definitely a mental game. I often hear players complain about the these challenges when they play in matches:

  • “I get so tight or tense before matches that I can’t think straight or have any rhythm in my game.”
  • “I expect so much when I play that I unravel and lose confidence when the match does not go as planned.”
  • “My confidence seems to disappear when I go from practice to matches and I don’t know why.”
  • “I get so frustrated with hitting bad shots or with errors and it snowballs.”
  • “My strokes feel so tight and controlled in matches and I can’t perform.”
  • “When I’ve got a big lead, I play too defensively and allow my opponent to come back in the match.”

These tennis players suffer from…

  • Fear of failure and worry about outcomes
  • Playing with strict or high expectations that undermine confidence
  • Inability to transfer practice confidence into “competitive confidence
  • Fragile self-confidence after missed shots or mistakes
  • Poor emotional control or ability to cope with errors
  • Inability to play freely and relaxed in tournaments
  • And giving up a lead because of the hazards of a “comfort zone

No matter how much you practice, if you suffer from lack of focus, low self-confidence or other mental game obstacles when you play in matches, you can’t reach your true potential in tennis or have fun.


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