I can see the clear benefit of visualizing before, e.g., every serve and return. Especially the serve, you are in control of the timing. But during the course of the point, where if you're properly focused in, e.g., Bungalo Bill's description of HIT-BOUNCE-HIT during a high level baseline rally, is there also a place for visualizing your shots before/as you hit them? If so during a rally (or definitely for a serve), is it better to 1) see yourself hitting the shot from the outside (as if in a movie) or 2) "in the first person" from the perspective looking out from your own eyes. And just before you hit or as you hit? Mastery of visualization would seem to unlock untapped areas of potential. Other than the serve, it's way beyond me. Although the mind is capable of great capacity, just seems like simple is better (HIT-BOUNCE-HIT) to keep things from becoming too noisy in your head;-) I keep remembering Pete Sampras' answer about what was in is head while serving. "Nothing." That takes the idea of not thinking about technique during a match to its highest level. Many thanks in advance.