What happens during a tennis match

Tennis players often tell me about the difficulty of maintaining a consistent attitude during matches. In fact, it is not an easy goal for anyone to achieve, not even for professionals. So much so that in this sport there are errors of two categories, the unforced errors and the forced errors. The former are those types of errors for which one wonders, “How could I have been so stupid as to make such a mistake.” Fortunately, it is a sport where the one who makes the least mistakes wins and not the one who doesn’t make mistakes, which is a pretty much impossible option.

So I wanted to prepare a slide that briefly represents: what happens in the negative momentum of the match, what the typical reactions of athletes are, what they lose, and what they should do to get back to playing the way they know how.

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