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Do you keep track of your wins and losses?  How about your lessons, and when you reach important milestones?  I think it would be helpful to write down every match's results so you can refer back to them and see how you are doing. Plus I could write down anything I may have learned about a particular opponent.  Like "he struggled with short backhands..."  This would be a good resource and a fun way to track my game.

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Great advice, Mark
That sounds cool. I do have to become more cerebral in my tennis as Father Time comes to take away my physical prowess.
Hi Jazz,
Actually the Blog feature on Tennisopolis works great for tracking your results. It does not have to be a long post, just something for you to return to later, like: "Defeated David Burnes Today, 6-3, 6-2. Attacked his second serve."

You can either start a new blog for every single result, or for each tournament, or by the week, or make one blog that you just keep adding comments to (like Myiesha is doing.)

Then you can go back to your Blog section here and have a full record.
M
I have Been keeping a journal for the last ten years and I have made all my players do so as well. this is one of the things I learned at the Harlem Junior Tennis Academy & Learning center.
i used to keep track of the strengths and weaknesses of the guys i've played or seen play ...

but just like every other attempt at journal keeping...it's under my bed somewhere or in a box somewhere collecting dust!

kt
No, but it actually sounds like a good idea! I think I might do that.
Im actually starting to do this now. I'm documenting who I play, where, and what the final score was. Should be interesting to take a look annually

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