Mental preparation

Table Tennis Mental Preparation

Last updated 7 years ago

charankamal singh

charankamal singh Asked 7 years ago

Hello sir! till now you have helped me a lot and i am very thankful for that.

But sir this time, i dont know what is happening with me. I am not improving from about 1 month. I am the strongest player of my academy but sir other players who are my juniors are playing better than me. they hit the shots which were my signature shots. They are learning from me I am not improving. In 2014 Table tennis tournament I won 2 place but last year I lost my match in quarter final.this year I want to win 1 position but if i will not Improve then how i will win.

Help me sir!

I hope your answer will help me again

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 7 years ago

Hi Charankamal,

The most important thing is to maintain your training and focus.

Progress does not happen at an even rate.  All players, even the best in the world find that sometimes they are not progressing or not playing well.  The reason they are the best is because they are able to train through that.

Think about your matches and what you can do tactically to make sure you are finding ways to win points.  Focus on every point and every training session and your game will eventually start getting better again.

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Ilia Minkin

Ilia Minkin Posted 7 years ago

When I first started to practice seriously, I noticed that the more I practiced the worse I played. It was very frustrating. But at some moment I experienced a kind of breakthrough and my abilities suddenly went up. Later on, I discovered that this is a common situation for many players. So keep up the hard work, that breakthrough moment can be just around the corner.

Sachin Bhoi

Sachin Bhoi Posted 7 years ago

It happens to everyone i think atleast to me. More I practice more I try to improve and more I miss those shots. Because i want to improve the quality of shot. Someday I hope I will be consistent.

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