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Old 09-26-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
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Default Are Roger and Rafa Tennis Wimps?

Wow,

All the big guns are starting to shoot blanks.

...First Nadal, now Federer.

One pulls out of the US Open due to injuries, then the other one comes out saying, despite performing great early on, he now feels horrible and needs some time off as well.

http://tennismindcamp.com/blog/roger...and-so-do-you/


Now, are these guys just "tennis wimps" for wanting to take a break? Heck no.

They're doing exactly what they should be doing, and what you should be doing too, if you start to feel drained and really not performing at your best out there.

So, learn from Roger and Rafa...

See the page below where I breakdown why this is such an awesome strategy (...on both the pro
and club levels) and list 3 key ways you too can take your foot off the gas a bit and still improve your game and extend your career.

They're simple, but really can make a HUGE difference.


SOURCE: http://tennismindcamp.com/blog/roger...and-so-do-you/


Have a great day and an even better game,

Brian
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