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|The Three “C’s”: Gaining Control on the Tennis Court|
|Written by John C. Panepinto|
|Friday, 19 March 2010 11:18|
Whether working on big changes in your game, minor adjustments or playing in a heated match, there are moments when you may feel as if nothing is working. Tension sets in and you feel out of control. A tip that will help you to negotiate these difficult moments is to remember where you actually exert control. I call them the “3 Points of Connection” or “The 3 C’s” and I find this memory device helps players regroup under pressure, helps them find a sense of control.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 02 September 2010 15:33|