No matter who you are, what your level is, or how long you’ve been playing…everyone gets nervous.
Because of this, we must learn to embrace our nerves and anxiety.
Too often, when we get nervous we think of ourselves as bad competitors – or worse, as unworthy of winning. However, this feeling is perfectly natural so we must learn to identify and practice with it instead of running away from it.
If given the choice between allowing our nerves to put us into a downward negative spiral or to overcome them and play our best tennis, it’s obvious which we would all choose.
The fact of the matter is that a little bit of nerves – and even tension – is a great thing. It shows that we care about the outcome, it shows that we put some effort into this process and that we want to win. The world’s greatest competitors get nervous and succeed on the largest stages, and so can you.
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