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Creating the ideal mental conditions

US Open Day 6

More and more, coaches seem to be buying into the idea that success in any sport involves far more than physical fitness and technical mastery. This is not to say that both of these aspects of preparation are not important. On the contrary, it is only by being superbly fit that you can have a chance of hanging with the top players. And physical fitness is certainly one… Continue

Added by tennischick on September 27, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

Beyond the Barriers (Part 2 of 3)

US Open Day 13

Psychological Skills Training (PST) is the process by which the conditions that produce optimal performance are broken down into requisite skills. These can be taught to players like Vera Zvonareva and Dinara Safina who have the potential to succeed but whose heads keep getting in the way.



But in order for PST to work, players have to first be able to… Continue

Added by tennischick on September 24, 2009 at 8:10pm — No Comments

How PST could help Vera and Dinara



I sat next to a crying woman in church last Sunday. She was unkempt, her face blotchy and pimpled, her eyes blindly staring. Huge tears rolled down her cheeks. She seemed lost in her own world, her sadness painful and acute. It was all a bit unseemly. There was about her a sense of not caring that she was on display, gripped as she was by the kind of unmuted grieving that makes people uncomfortable, that makes them want to hug and shake you at… Continue

Added by tennischick on September 23, 2009 at 5:30pm — No Comments

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