Tennis Is Not About Winning At All!!!

Enga

Hall of Fame
#51
To be honest, if I couldn't win a match, I wouldn't play. :) I would only hit the ball around and not play a match.
 
#53
It’s not often about winning for me unfortunately, but usually is for my opponent
it's my addiction n have to fix up my daily 'dosage' n my daily hitting partner is atp no. 0, 1 place higher than djoker n never misses. not to mention winning games/matches, i'v never ever won a single point from this guy despite >1200 hits every day:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D.................
 

Vanhalen

Professional
#54
Book written by some snowflake making up a philosophical excuse for losing all the time to make himself feel better about himself.
 
#55
Book written by some snowflake making up a philosophical excuse for losing all the time to make himself feel better about himself.
watched a ytb vid of this guy 'Dr. Jim Loehr - World Renowned Performance Psychologist' n he might played tennis when he's young n 1 of mils+mils sad dreamers of 'i'll be world no. 1 blablabla' syndrome then failed aft parents wasted so much $$$$/time/effort/emotion/etcetc then realized something else much cooler.

though i don't think it'd still stigmatize him right now after so many yrs as he's got something much better to do now n dat's his 'current point' even if he'd got a childhood tennis point to reset.......lolololol boyohboy:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D............

interesting from his psychological point of view if stop 99.99% 'tennis players' @all ages idiotically dreaming about play pro tennis n leave the few hundreds real tennis players ie 0.01% of the 'tennis population' focus on their matches/rankings/$lams/etcetc, all the rest 99.99% focus on their own 'current point' ie their mental/physical health n their jobs etc, we might see a lot more happy 'tennis players' hitting in a very relaxed way everywhere w/o te/ge/etc like casual walking............maybe 1 or 2 m closer to the direction of the way pros are playing which's sure million miles away...........:love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love:..........n(n+1):love:
 
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#56
watched a ytb vid of this guy 'Dr. Jim Loehr - World Renowned Performance Psychologist' n he might played tennis when he's young n 1 of mils+mils sad dreamers of 'i'll be world no. 1 blablabla' syndrome then failed aft parents wasted so much $$$$/time/effort/emotion/etcetc then realized something else much cooler.

though i don't think it'd still stigmatize him right now after so many yrs as he's something much better to do n dat's his 'current point' even if he'd got a childhood tennis point to reset.......lolololol boyohboy:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D............

interesting from his psychological point of view if stop 99.99% 'tennis players' @all ages idiotically dreaming about play pro tennis n leave the few hundreds real tennis players ie 0.01% of the 'tennis population' focus on their matches/rankings/$lams/etcetc, all the rest 99.99% focus on their own 'current point' ie their mental/physical health n their jobs etc, we might see a lot more happy 'tennis players' hitting in a very relaxed way everywhere w/o te/ge/etc like casual walking............maybe 1 or 2 m closer to the direction of the way pros are playing which's sure million miles away...........:love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love:..........n(n+1):love:
Ok, what the heck were you trying to say?
 
#58
watched a ytb vid of this guy 'Dr. Jim Loehr - World Renowned Performance Psychologist' n he might played tennis when he's young n 1 of mils+mils sad dreamers of 'i'll be world no. 1 blablabla' syndrome then failed aft parents wasted so much $$$$/time/effort/emotion/etcetc then realized something else much cooler.

though i don't think it'd still stigmatize him right now after so many yrs as he's something much better to do n dat's his 'current point' even if he'd got a childhood tennis point to reset.......lolololol boyohboy:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D............

interesting from his psychological point of view if stop 99.99% 'tennis players' @all ages idiotically dreaming about play pro tennis n leave the few hundreds real tennis players ie 0.01% of the 'tennis population' focus on their matches/rankings/$lams/etcetc, all the rest 99.99% focus on their own 'current point' ie their mental/physical health n their jobs etc, we might see a lot more happy 'tennis players' hitting in a very relaxed way everywhere w/o te/ge/etc like casual walking............maybe 1 or 2 m closer to the direction of the way pros are playing which's sure million miles away...........:love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love:..........n(n+1):love:
I have no idea of what you were trying to say there and it didn't make sense at all, because Jim is a great teacher and his philosophies make sense.
 
#59
watched a ytb vid of this guy 'Dr. Jim Loehr - World Renowned Performance Psychologist' n he might played tennis when he's young n 1 of mils+mils sad dreamers of 'i'll be world no. 1 blablabla' syndrome then failed aft parents wasted so much $$$$/time/effort/emotion/etcetc then realized something else much cooler.

though i don't think it'd still stigmatize him right now after so many yrs as he's something much better to do n dat's his 'current point' even if he'd got a childhood tennis point to reset.......lolololol boyohboy:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D............

interesting from his psychological point of view if stop 99.99% 'tennis players' @all ages idiotically dreaming about play pro tennis n leave the few hundreds real tennis players ie 0.01% of the 'tennis population' focus on their matches/rankings/$lams/etcetc, all the rest 99.99% focus on their own 'current point' ie their mental/physical health n their jobs etc, we might see a lot more happy 'tennis players' hitting in a very relaxed way everywhere w/o te/ge/etc like casual walking............maybe 1 or 2 m closer to the direction of the way pros are playing which's sure million miles away...........:love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love:..........n(n+1):love:
My only response to this is: It's "AND"
 
#60
I have no idea of what you were trying to say there and it didn't make sense at all, because Jim is a great teacher and his philosophies make sense.
lolololol man.............dat's exactly what i'm saying......vs 'vanhalen's "Book written by some snowflake making up a philosophical excuse for losing all the time to make himself feel better about himself."

apparently 'vanhalen's been playing tennis where too too far away from any college/university campus:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D.............
 
#62
but winning sure makes the ride more enjoyable.
for those $lamers or even jr tournamentors, winning/losing counts everything n directly affecting their rankings n future careers. i'm surely not 1 of them n hitting the ball is simply my addiction n daily dosage...........while fixing up my daily shooting i don't mind following the specifications of tennis by convenience.........lolololol:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D............

ofc the result is hilarious n absolutely true so-said 'hitting enough balls etcetc' but right now only baseline rallywise fh/bh topspins are in my 'dosage', nothing else yet:laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:..........
 
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