Here is how….
When you get nervous, you play to the level that you don’t want to play at.
You start making all those silly mistakes:
..You get over-eager and hit deep volleys long
...You are all set to win the point and you overhit - long, wide or into the net
...Or even completely whiff on short ball close to the loss?
The next day, you practice at the court and try to getting back in the groove.
But you know that you are giving yourself FALSE confidence.
Because when you’re going out there and the same mistakes are being repeated!
The pusher you hate the most snatch away easy points. And you have to swallow the harsh pill of an undeserved defeat.
You begin to wonder - “Am I really good enough to play tennis?”.
So, why does your game lack in consistency?
You might be thinking…
It’s probably due to lack of concentration, gamesmanship, breaking bad habits or footwork positioning?
Or maybe, just maybe…your age is acting up, and you are too old to play good tennis?
Well, I’ve got some good news for you.
Your lack of consistency has nothing to do with your age or physical conditioning.
Your consistency has a lot to do with HOW you PRACTICE.
When you are hitting shots during a practice session, there is zero pressure on you.
Everything is hit right to you, and you are hitting the ball right in your strike zone. So you get in the groove, and your strokes are picture perfect.
But when you play a match, there is a lot of pressure. And since your brain doesn’t know how to handle the pressure, your game tumbles.
For all these years, you have been practicing the WRONG way.
And there is something MISSING your practice BECAUSE of which your game suffers.
So, what's the MISSING PIECE in your practice?
Well, sit tight because the Consistency Course has the answer.