Instant tennis 2: Winning the mental game

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Infinite Ideas, Dec 14, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 59 pages
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This little book offers you the opportunity to learn from the tennis experts to help you develop your own mental toughness. Whether you’re an aspiring Federer or simply want to play better at local club level you’ll find some great tips and techniques that will improve your game. Enjoy!
 

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Contents

Play to your strengths 1
1
Play to your strengths 2
2
Mind games
3
See the swing
4
The air you breathe
5
Slowing down
6
Getting into the head of your baseline opponent
7
Attacking weak second serves
8
The thrill of the chase
28
Mental exercises
29
Learning from errors
30
Mixing it up
31
What a great shot
32
Ignoring your opponent
33
Dealing with the ups and downs
34
Dealing with the slow ball
35

Always be a swinger
9
Service high next shot deep
10
Drop it short lob it high
11
Head in a spin
12
Getting the balance right
13
Return to sender
14
Your place in court
15
Master of disguise
16
Dropping hints
17
Pulling strings
18
Powerful mind games
19
Eye on the ball
20
Playing fast and loose
21
Be gentle with me
22
Mildly irritating
23
Going loopy
24
Turning off the power shower
25
Serve and volleyers
26
Under pressure
27
Making sure of your serve
36
After the lob
37
Shaping up
38
Baseball lessons
39
Net gains
40
Passing doubles
41
Think snooker
42
Dance away the heart ache
43
Forward ho
44
Feeling the tension
45
Court between your ears
46
Striking a nerve
47
One shot focus
48
Looking good and feeling good
49
Its got to be fun
50
More from Infinite Ideas
51
Copyright notice
53
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Lizzie O'Prey was an editor of the UK magazine Inspirations for Your Home for five years and is now a freelance writer and editor. She lives in London, England.

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