The new strategy course, Getting Tight, is growing into a major force in global tennis, teaching players at all levels of the game how to better control their emotions by focusing their mind on match strategy.
So where in the world are players from that are studying this new mental/emotional/strategic course? About half are from the USA and the other half from the following 19 countries – The Czech Republic, Brazil, India, Denmark, Canada, Russia, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Australia, Germany, Belgium, England, Poland, Wales, and Scotland.
Jenna DeFalco, a 17-year-old blue-chip junior from Southern California, recently completed the course and shared this testimonial with Jeff Greenwald and I, and was nice enough to allow us to share it here on the blog with you as well. Here’s what Jenna thought of Getting Tight.
That’s exactly what it’s all about = staying calm when the big moments in matches roll around SO you can actually execute the strategy needed for victory.
Panicking and rushing in the big moments when the match is on the line absolutely results in a lot of unnecessary errors. Keeping the mind calm and focused on the patterns is a major strength of this course.
Outstanding commentary Jenna! 👏👏
I love your remark regarding letting go of the noise and elements that are out of your control. That’s a very productive mindset you are developing.
We all want to play looser. We all want to play smarter. The positive and productive mindset that Jenna is learning from the course is helping her play the best tennis of her life. Congratulations Jenna!
Getting Tight has put a steep curve in her development pathway.
All the best,