Tennis is a complex game
Marcin Bieniek explains how coaches can help players develop their mental approach to the game of tennis.
A lot of factors can influence the development of a tennis player. Training is a day-to-day way of life for every professional player when they will practice their forehands, backhands, net game, footwork and mental game (especially perseverance) etc.
You may have heard the phrase: "Tennis is 90% mental" but how much time do we train our player's mental game? As coaches, we can help our players by creating drills focused on the mental aspects of the game. We do not have to create something exceptional, we can use our common drills with a little modification. Here are some tips:
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About the Author
Marcin Bieniek is a tennis coach from Poland and a former professional player (Polish National Juniors Team). He is a certificated tennis coach by the Polish Tennis Coaching Association and the Professional Tennis Registry. Marcin has worked with many of the top 20 Polish Juniors and the top 150 players in the world. He has a coaching tennis forum at http://2beacoach.forums-free.com
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