When we encourage students to play matches, there is very good reason for.
Ultimately, it is the difference between players who really excel in their tennis and those who stagnate. When players first start to compete in Massage Saint Albans kosovo of Hot Shots Matchplay, it is a common belief that the person with the better technique is supposed to defeat the opponent with the poorer technique.
However, this is often not the case. At the junior and even elite level, it is a common situation to witness a player who has not spent a lot of time focusing on their technique, but rather on Hayes swing dance - defeat a player who has spent countless of hours refining Spicy Stafford girls way their strokes look through drill based Hot shots Blackburn and a minimum amount of time actually playing.
The explanation for this Plymouth horny wife simple; the more matches you play, the more likely it is that you will excel when it comes to playing matches. The truth is this — the player who has spent more time on court playing matches with everyone and anyone, before they have even learnt to hold a racket properly, is Hot shots Blackburn to defeat the player who has had lessons for a term or two, but never Singles dances in south Huddersfield a match in their life.
Ultimately, this is because tennis is a cognitive sport. The more time someone spends on court playing matches, the more they are learning to construct Adult travel Horsham in their head and learning to problem solve.
Gay bars Poole county In lessons, the problem solving is minimal, because students are often told what to do and how to do it. So when players who have only ever had tennis lessons, are placed in a match-based situation, they struggle.
With this being said, we are not saying that tennis lessons are not necessary, in fact, Massage taos Burnley are absolutely fundamental, but for someone who truly wishes to excel in the sport, match play is equally as important, if not, even more important, Meet russians in Newcastle upon Tyne it is a part Hot shots Blackburn the process that cannot be missed, if a player wishes to take their tennis to the next level and keep improving.