Top 3 Ways Pro Tennis Players Refocus Between Points (Webinar)
Yeah, tennis is a tough sport. 70% of the match happens between the points, not hitting the ball.
You often find that:
You play great in practice, but underperform in matches
You get heated, overwhelmed and tense when the match is tight (Deuce, break points, game points)
After losing a point, you hit your racquet on the ground, against your shoe, and have negative inner dialogue (“You suck” “She’s better than me” “What am I doing?”)
You choke and tilt when closing out a match because you are anxious, lethargic and tight
Your attention fades during the match and you have no way to bring it back
Imagine making all that go away. Imagine being…
Aggressive yet calm
Confident, conscious and composed
Focused on what matters to you
Leaving mistakes in the past
What you’ll get out of our webinar?
A powerful personal mantra that will quiet your inner critic
A guided imagery (visualization) audio recording that you can use at home to sharpen your mental focus
Breathing exercises you can do to build composure into your tennis matches
The Routine Card© to kickstart your new routine and start performing at your best
Get answers to questions you ask your self
Why is my mental routine between points important?
How can I build my mental focus between points?
How can I stay composed in a big point?
How can I refocus when my mind wanders?
Who is this webinar for?
Tennis players of all levels and ages looking to boost their game to the next level
Tennis coaches and directors looking for practical mental fitness activities to do with their tennis players
Parents of tennis players looking to give their child the tools to be at their best on the court
Date & Time
Saturday, April 27th 3-4 pm PST
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About the Webinar Facilitator
Zoran equips athletes, coaches, and teams with mental skills to unlock top performance and do so with a smile on their face. His love for coaching and human performance development led him to study how elite performers prepare for competition. He has two MSc degrees in Sport & Exercise Psychology and has worked with athletes from various sports, including elite tennis players. Zoran is a certified mental performance consultant (CMPC), an optimistic high-performer and a husband.