Danny is a keen tennis player and avid tennis fan. He currently works individually with a number of county and national level players from a range of age groups. Although Danny recognises that tennis is an extremely complex sport from a psychological perspective, his main aim is simple: to help players to give 100% concentration and focus on every shot, regardless of the circumstances. This approach, in turn, can help players to maximise their potential for learning and performance both in practice and on match days, increase their ability to cope with pressure, and help them to enjoy the game of tennis again.
"Tennis is a game involving multiple psychological and emotional triggers which can bring about unwanted thoughts and emotions and disrupt concentration when it matters most. Whether it be a poor shot, a bad call from the umpire, opponent, or unwelcome spectator, the sight of your nemesis player, a club or court you don't like playing in, or simply the pressure of expectations and the will to win, I aim to provide you with the psychological skills which will allow you not just to cope with these situations, but often prevent them from becoming an issue in the first place".
Here are some more specific examples of areas Danny can help you with to improve your game:
Initial consultations involving psychological profiling and immediate interventions for core issues, either face-to-face or online, and lasting anywhere from 1-3 hours, start at £60. Contact Danny for more details.