Relax and Win

BY DAVID BAILEY

The ability to relax is a skill and fundamental to success in tennis.
Much of what I believe has been influenced by two brilliantly thought-provoking books –Relax and Win hence my title in homage and thanks to Bud Winter and Warrior Walking by Josh Holzer.
I believe in going to the experts in the field and learning from their ideas.
Bud Winter says: “Relaxation is the key to championship performance in whatever you do. Use it!” Bud trained his track and field athletes to relax, and they ended up winning 37 WORLD RECORDS. Nothing is a better testimonial to the art of relaxation than success like that.

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