Well, let me begin by telling you what it is not? It is not to better your strokes. It is not to job on footwork or even concentration. There are all
Well, let me begin by telling you what it is not? It is not to better your strokes. It is not to job on footwork or even concentration. There are all indirect advantages of what you are aiming to perform – which is to build habits.
Tennis practice is about growing the habits that you would like to occur during a match without any serious though. The way in which you practice serve to either build these habits or damage them and make habits that detract from your performance during match situations.
Here are the mistakes people make in practice
You practice to improve your game and job on hitting targets that like all around the court. Yet when you get on the court and target on playing against a competitor. Here is a question for you – how much time due you spend in practice analyzing a competitor? Generally none!
What is the main objective of practice?
Next question – how much time during matches do you spend targeting on specific aims on the court?
The single largest and most clear error people make on the court that is they practice with extremely pretty physical or mental intensity any wonder why it rejects them when they need it during a match.
“What you don’t practice will most definitely arise as the thing you must perform in order to succeed.”
Targeting on the score – in practice, your target is generally on your performance. Yet when you get into a match condition your mind become dominated by the score. This can just lead to bad performance. Targeting on outcomes is thinking in reverse.
“The score is the result of the causes you put into location.”
When you begin to think of your practice sessions as a chance to other destroy or develop habits you start to practice with larger intensity.
Every single thing you perform in practice counts. Your levels of intensity, your feedback to badly struck shots and so on. There is no escaping the habits you developed on the practice court – for they will definitely follow you into your matches. So have fun, let the score be the outcome of the habits you have created and ensure you target on the practice court is the same things you target on in a match.