Tennis Mind Games
Tennis helps your body and your mind mainly for the better for example it improves your focus on certain item's and it improves your overall health and stamina but some people claim that tennis is the opposite of what it seems like because of the mental stress you get during a match game and the physical stress your body takes from constant griping and the muscle joint but they don't notice that those kind of damages can heal but the skill of tennis the fun of it and the improvements will never go away so long as you keep trying in tennis and you never give up.
when i see this picture it showed how the human arm can be perfected and made stronger with training and looking at this arm it also shows me the mechanics of how the muscle move and connect with each other to make it possible to move the arm
Recently i read a post about if the birth of a child will affect roger federer's game and the quote i enjoyed the most in the article was " “Fatherhood changes your life dramatically,” explained Becker, who won the 1996 Australian Open after the birth of his first son, Noah. “It would be more difficult to focus on one thing alone because your main focus is for your child and your wife, and tennis becomes secondary. That’s a fact,” Becker said.
The Swiss remained very quite about when the baby is due. All he said is that it is due in summer. This gave life to some rumors if the baby is due during one of the three major tournaments - French Open, Wimbledon or the US Open. At that point it would be interesting to see, if he still believes that it won’t affect his state of mind and where his priorities are: Tennis or Family." and reading this article made me think honestly i would think that the birth of a child will impact your mind because you will be thinking if your child is healthy if it is a boy or a girl and if you should be with your wife to take of the child and no matter how much you attempt to ignore it your body wont and it may not seem like it at first but with enough time your game will get affected and you will not be playing to the best of your abilitywith will add on mental stress.
"Roger Federer has won the ATP World Tour’s Stefan Edberg sportsmanship award for a record fifth consecutive year, and he was chosen the favorite player for the sixth year in a row in a poll of fans.
Top-ranked Rafael Nadal was chosen player of the year, and Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic were selected doubles team of the year.
James Blake won the Arthur Ashe humanitarian of the year award for his charitable efforts, and Rainer Schuettler was chosen comeback player of the year. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was chosen most improved, and Kei Nishikori won newcomer of the year." reading gave me some hope because i have always though that getting awards was nearly impossible but after seeing all the catagories for a award i think this could really improve the mindset of your tennis pratice and/or tennis game because knowing that you got a award for something you did for example being the most improved form last year or rookie of the year can make you want to try harder and improve more beyond your current skill and then you can enjoy the momentum you will get from this