Most junior players don’t reach their tennis goals because they are not posted up and in blindsight, for them to look at.
Out of sight, out of mind, is real, let me tell you.
Post up all of your goals somewhere that, you can look at them daily and meditate on them, to give you better focus and concentration.
A great time for doing this is in the morning and then one more time in the evening before going to bed.
Soak it in as best as you can and form a clear picture of yourself reaching your targets and doing it in your mind.
All things are created mentally first, so if you can’t see it, you can’t reach it.
By posting your goals up in your room.
You will unconsciously activate your subconscious mind.
And it will start attracting certain people, coaches, and things into your life, that will help you achieve your goals.
“Your goal with doing this is to make yourself a living magnet for what you want and stop pushing it away”.
Yes, you need to want to reach your goal bad and yes, you will need to put in the work on the court.
But, you can’t be sending out the wrong energy while doing it (like most players do) and I think, this is why they don’t reach their goals.
They push away the exact thing that they want, by working for one thing, but expecting something else.
The power of expectation is what really counts here because what you expect from your efforts will determine how well you perform on the court.
You should never go into a tennis match, feeling like you can’t beat another player.
Winning in your mind is 85% of the mental battle and never forget that tennis is all mental.
We are in June right now, so you need to get serious and think about this.
How many of your goals have you reached this year?
How many are posted up?
Your answer will determine your results.