I need some help!

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by put_some_spin24, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. put_some_spin24

    put_some_spin24 New User

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    Ok so everyone says when you get mad, you cant play tennis very well, but for some reason im the opposite. I always go down early! It feels like im really calm in the begining and dont really attack much but when i see im down 3-0 or 4-1, thats when i really start playing..i always bring it back up to 5-5, but then i lose it 7-5 because i get calm again. Is there anyway that i can build my mentality to play hard from the beggining? I cant afford to throw these matches away because i always have to chase him from behind. Also, we play with no ads and i mainly get really nervous on the deuce points and lose it. Any tips would be helpful, thanks in advance :)
     
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  2. upbeat

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    There's a difference between mad and intense.
     
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  3. put_some_spin24

    put_some_spin24 New User

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    bump...........
     
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  4. Jake Speed

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    You probably won't like this advice at all, but, eight years old, why not attempt to teach your child a one handed backhand?

    You'll know in only a few hours.

    JS
     
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  5. Jake Speed

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    Sorry about this incorrect reply. Can't one edit?

    JS
     
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  6. 10nistennis

    10nistennis Rookie

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    Are you letting up because you feel like you are once again in the match, and feel that you can relax some?

    Well, if what has been working works, keep on doing it. Just keep staying aggressive. Don't let up. Keep on pressuring your opponent. Keep on fist bumping and yelling after a good point to keep your intensity up.
     
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