A Practical Guide to Match Play for the Club Player
Volumes have been written about the psychological approach to tennis. Pre-match training, diet, calisthenics; the physical and emotional preparation required to condition top players and sustain them through the pressures of competitive tennis.
Overlooked in most tennis texts are the practical aids which can shift the balance in tight matches and ensure victory for club players.
Recent research and study of the 'average' games are detailed below, and should prove invaluable to players of club standard:
Having warmed up for at least half an hour,
Players in moments of severe stress have been known to freeze in the racquet back position.
Always jump the ney to ensure that any gallery is aware of the result.
The use of these points will add to your enjoyment and success in the game at club level.
And remember: The most important thing is not to win but to take part; just as the most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle. The essential thing is to have fought well.
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