Getting better

PK6

Rookie
Hi all-just wanted to know. If you want to get better and win matches on consistent basis you have to make this a full time 2nd job don’t you along with nutrition water and lots of sleep.
 

cha cha

Rookie
Correct. This applies to any improvement you want to make to your life. It requires certain dedication.
At the same time, there's nothing too complicated about being a general sportsperson. Sleeping is necessary no matter what, and eating well and being in decent condition overall is now proving more significant than ever even when tennis is not concerned.
 
Hi all-just wanted to know. If you want to get better and win matches on consistent basis you have to make this a full time 2nd job don’t you along with nutrition water and lots of sleep.
You are correct--if you want to win at the 7.0 mxed level and go national tennis is job #1!--Quit your day job, hang out at the courts with a card-board sign requesting donations to advance your goals of winning--you don't need a day job to be a successful national level player--it's called being a "tennis bum". Live out of your car, lots of players do this. Tennis is cheap, lots of balls left in the waste bins. Free food from food banks, free water abounds at drinking fountains, bring a gallon plastic jug to take advantage of this resource. Sleeping is free but only you can do this for yourself--learn to sleep sitting up.

p.s. Time management is critical to achieve your goal--first thing to cut out is wasting time at tennis message boards you will only get conflicting advice that will muddle your thinking--your time will be better spent hitting against a wall.
 
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antony

Semi-Pro
Hi all-just wanted to know. If you want to get better and win matches on consistent basis you have to make this a full time 2nd job don’t you along with nutrition water and lots of sleep.
It's been working for me
 
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Dartagnan64

G.O.A.T.
In the pantheon of life, being able to hit a fuzzy yellow ball over a net is relatively meaningless skill set. I don't need a second job. I'm there to make friends, scratch the innate competitive itch we humans are born with and build some fun memories.
 
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