• It's not a matter of who you're playing; it's a matter of just playing-- Mike Krzyzewski
  • Concentration: The ability to think about what matters and forget about everything else
  • Turn on your JOY
  • There are two elements of the game that players can control independent of their opponent; their serve and their attitude -- John Wertheim
  • A ball that goes over the net has a future
  • Flexibility is the key to stability -- John Wooden
  • Tennis requires a balance between exhausting bursts of energy and moements of stillness between each point. It demands a deep intensity but also a kind of zen-state of relaxation. A player must constantly be aware of the parts of his game that are causing errors, but be able to forget about each point the moment it's over -- Matthew Putterman
  • You are never as good as your best day but never as bad as your worst.
  • If you keep talking about what you did yesterday, you're not doing much today -- Dr. James Andrews