thomas daniels

As a competitve tennis player.

You have to have your tennis goals written down and you have to focus on working on them daily.

But here is the catch... less is more!!

The more you focus on your daily goals, the faster you will reach your ultimate goal.

Which should be to reach your full potential as a player.

Wouldn't you agree with that statement?

I thought you would and here are some tips to help you reach your goals faster.

Write, picture and affirm your intentions about your goals.

Start by getting clear about what your tennis goals are and which ones will have the biggest impact in your career and write it down, post it up, mentally picture them daily, while affirming them to yourself.

After that.

Break down the daily things that you have to do on and off the court to reach that goal.

Then write it down and carry it with you.

And make sure you get the work in, this is why you need to make a strong intention and never allow it to be broken.


Remove all counter intentions.

This is anything that will prevent you from reaching your goals.

"It could be thoughts or people or anything in between or a combination of both."

You should know.

If you don't do this, you will find yourself canceling out your work or sabatoging your progress!!!


Many players do this on a subconsious level and they do it for their whole careers, because no one shows them how to recover from energetic injuries, which can last for years.

I know players here, who have never mentally recovered from a match and may never recover before their careers are over.

It's very sad and that why I am telling YOU.

By removing the counter intentions, you will be clearing your way energetically, to reaching any tennis goal in months!!!

I just wish coaches would teach this more to their players.

Okay, last tip.

Get and stay in the flow.

You should never struggle to reach your tennis goals.

As a matter a fact.

Anytime you feel yourself struggling, take that as a sign that you are out of flow and moving in the wrong direction, then take a break, to mentally recover and breathe that stress/negativity away and after you FEEL better, get back to work, but only this time... do it in the flow of whatever you are working on.

This is what you are going to find out eventually.

When you are in the flow on the court, you are able to progress twice as faster as to, when you are not in the flow AKA, struggling.

Same thing in your matches.

You never want to feel that you are forcing things to happen during your matches, because that will disrupt your timing and flow and of course your execution.

Now, before you go.

Let me say this to YOU

Please try out these tips first before passing judement on them and then give me a report on how things turned out for you later?

For the rest of you guys.

I already know what to expect.... LOL!!