Losing in Tennis?
How to Win in Tennis by Avoiding the #1 Mistake Most Players Make
If you’re frustrated by losing…and feel like no matter HOW hard you work or how much you improve that you’ll STILL end up humiliated by losses that hurt and just don’t make any sense (especially when you lose to players who are simply not as good as you are…)
…then you are a victim of one of the biggest lies in tennis.
I’m here to tell you today that you are NOT alone, that it’s NOT your fault, and there is a better way — one that will allow you to perform like a superstar every time.
When I ask tennis players, “Why do you fall short in big matches sometimes?”, they almost always say something like, “I’m not exactly sure.”
In other words, they have literally been ‘kept in the dark’ about how to perform like a champion and win, match in and match out.
While this may shock you, it’s no accident.
You might be surprised to learn that there is a conspiracy of silence in sport about this issue. Let me explain…
Have you ever watched a player like Federer, Nadal, or Djokovich put on an incredible display of mental toughness under pressure?
While they chat in interviews about the importance of mental strength, they never actually disclose their real methods.
This is 100% deliberate. And, these superstars have NO intention of letting the cat out of the bag, either.
It would level the playing field and lose them millions.
Unfortunately, this has convinced most tennis players that it’s not possible to be a confident champion and perform your best under pressure every time.
They think that shining under pressure – and winning – is a bit of a ‘crap shoot’.
It’s one of the biggest lies in tennis, and believing it is the #1 ugly mistake most players make that cripples their performance.
The good news is I’ve seen tremendous results by showing my students a radically different approach to achieving greatness virtually overnight.
We focus on the one element of your game you have complete control over and that will get you playing like the confident champion you always knew you could be.
Once you master the simple steps it requires, you will finally deliver amazing performances on command. Heck, you’ll even have your coach following you around like a lovesick puppy.