This course is designed to help tennis players improve their psychology. Whilst considerable effort is placed on players to develop their technical and physical skills, tactical skills training might be minimal, whilst practical and applied psychological skills training may be neglected completely. This makes absolutely no sense, as unless you have the right mindset, dealing with the pressure of the competitive cauldron will be the deciding factor on whether you progress to achieve your potential in the game.
What you will Learn
- This course offers practical and effective strategies I have used with Grand Slam winners to help improve their game. Now the same resources are available to you.
- Why & how improving your mindset will help you perform better
- How to enjoy your tennis journey and, in particular, competitions more
- The course contains proven and practical strategies to help you be more confident and less anxious in challenging situations
- There are no pre-requisites for this course
- You will need a notebook & PC/mobile device
- A desire to improve your mindset
- Willingness to go through all the assignments and work hard!
- A mindset and desire to improve the psychological side of your game.
This course has been designed to benefit sports performers, coaches, managers and parents who like to develop their knowledge in psychology and mindset.
Why you should do this course
This course will help you play better tennis and enjoy yourself more along the way.
Roberto Forzoni has worked in elite sports for over three decades. During that time, his roles have included:
Lqwan Tennis Association (LTA): National Performance psychology Manager where he helped players including Andy Murray (developing the Team Murray model), Johanna Konta, and Laura Robson, amongst others. He has worked with two of the world’s leading tennis coaches, Paul Annecone (Pete Sampras & Roger Federer) and Brad Gilbert (Andre Agassi & Andy Murr).
The Football Association (FA): Staff Tutorm Lead Author on The FA Guide to Psychology in Football and contribution to developing FA Psychology courses
English Institute of Sport (EIS): London based Psychologist working with track & field, boxing and judo
He has lectured at some of the UK’s leading universities, including UCL, Loughboro, and Brunel University, where he led two MSc Modules and one BSc module for four years and has been invited back to lead MSc Level courses when time permits. He has spoken at National and International Conferences. He is a regular contributor to all the major news networks, including the BBC, Sky, and Al-Jazeerah, TV and radio, as a go-to socialist in psychological matters.
In this short course, Roberto shares his ‘Laws of Tennis Toughness’ – 18 vital psychological concepts and skills that will transform your game.
How long is the course?
The course is designed to complete three modules a week ideally and put the skills and techniques into practice. In this way, the course will be completed over a 6-8 week period.
The course can be completed within 7-10 days if you spend around 30 minutes a day completing the work. If you want to complete the course quickly, you could finish it in less time, but this will not give you time to consider, reflect and absorb the information contained.