Think to the little things to win

The mindset is also the result of the techniques of Daria Abramowicz, a young sports psychologist who Iga Swiatek, winner of the last Roland Garros, made famous and who, apparently, put it simply: “I didn’t think you could win Slams by focusing on footwork. Or the little things. It didn’t seem possible.

And I also told him: it seemed too easy, too banal. Daria convinced me otherwise. I work with her because I believe that psychology is not only used to solve problems, but also to improve oneself. She insisted on making me understand that I had low expectations, because it was the anxiety to reach the result that had made me play badly before Paris.Low expectations does not mean thinking about losing, but not having the fixation of success. It’s keeping your eyes low”.

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