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Billie Jean King

Uncover the Courageous Legacy of Billie Jean King: WTA Legends #3

Billie Jean King’s early life and the inception of her storied career in tennis is a tale of determination, groundbreaking achievements, and a relentless quest for equality. Born on November 22, 1943, in Long Beach, California, into a sports-loving family, King’s athletic journey began not on the tennis courts but on the baseball diamond and basketball courts. Her transition to tennis at age 11 was prompted by her parents’ suggestion to pursue a more “ladylike” sport, setting the stage for a legendary career that would forever change women’s tennis and sports as a whole.

Graf's Tennis Legend

Triumph Over Trials: Steffi Graf’s Journey. WTA Legends #2

Steffi Graf’s journey from a young prodigy to a tennis legend is a story of relentless ambition, unparalleled skill, and a legacy that continues to inspire. Born on June 14, 1969, in Mannheim, Germany, Graf’s introduction to tennis came at an incredibly young age, thanks to her father, Peter Graf, who was instrumental in honing her talent. By the age of four, she was already practicing on the court, and by five, she was competing in tournaments, showcasing her natural aptitude for the sport​ (Wikipedia)​​ (The Famous People)​.

The Zone Master Mind

Master “The Zone” With Self-Talk #2

Talking to yourself is often seen by psychologists as a sign of sanity. But the inner dialogue that we have can be the difference between winning and losing on the tennis court. See our thoughts on how you can use this inner conversation to turn defeats into victories

"The Zone" Master Mind Silence

Master “The Zone” in Silence #1

You want to know how to get in “the zone” in tennis? Read this article written by ScoreGO Online Coach Steve.

Watch the ball’ is a phrase used by tennis coaches during most tennis lessons and repeated by players all over the world.
Why?
How can you play tennis and not watch the ball? How often does the ball go to your forehand and you move to hit a backhand? Surely this would happen often if we weren’t really watching the ball.
So what does your coach really mean when they say, ‘watch the ball’?
Obviously, the eyes are focused on the ball and yet somehow this isn’t sufficient.
The biggest obstacle to seeing the ball clearly, is the mind. To understand this statement, we need to look into the workings of the mind.

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