Marching on the spot
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1w ago
There is room for optimism If February was all about getting back to competition and preparing for the season ahead. March has been like sitting in a draughty wet waiting room waiting for a delayed train to arrive.  Yes, there ..read more
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Played nine, lost nine. Everything fine!
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1M ago
If nothing else played nine, lost nine should have removed any fear of losing. Framing my tennis around my performance and not just hard results, is helping me here.  “I wouldn’t be able to cope with that” I am told ..read more
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Last few days of the year
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3M ago
Raining and blowing a gale (again). A scramble for an indoor court and bagged an hour at 3.30pm. How good it felt to hit a few balls on the singles court  Thurs 28th – Between Christmas and new year, when you are ..read more
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Mindset challenges in the off season
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4M ago
Always turn up, even when you don’t want to and don’t turn up on days set aside for rest, just because you feel good. Right, you have decided what to do in the off season. You have a plan of ..read more
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Be a sure fire winner next season
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5M ago
The road to success next season starts now. Here are a few thoughts and observations from my personal experience. I hope you find them of interest and they get you fired up in readiness for next season. The battles of ..read more
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Autumn conversations with doubt
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6M ago
I was determined to swing freely as that is how I want to play and I have been practicing. Tues 12  Unknown player poised to serve. I pause to watch. Well balanced, relaxed. The ball rises aloft released from hand ..read more
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Harvest time as US Open Tennis begins
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7M ago
The summer is rushing to an end, days are cooler, the US Open has started. Time to harvest in the garden and on the court. Mon 21   Woke with a coursing enthusiasm that I can do better, than I did ..read more
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Wimbledon dreams and reality
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8M ago
Whhoooa! goes the cry from the crowd. Then applause, was that from court 6? Absorbing the atmosphere, anticipation grows. Fri 7th July Immersing myself in the full Wimbledon experience. An early start to the day with breakfast in Southfields village. Watching the growing ..read more
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Number one or bust or …..
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10M ago
The commentator relates a conversation with a taxi driver that morning, who had just dropped three first round losers off at the airport. That’s the reality of this sport he says, lose and move onto the next tournament, chasing the all ..read more
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Five star Milford on Sea
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11M ago
Queing post match for refreshments. The person serving is very cheery. In passing she says in  a surprised tone “There’s even someone here who travelled all the way from Newquay!” My craziness exposed, I admit that I am the culprit. If I ..read more
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