For someone who is consistently losing, the "fine line" between winning and losing can feel like a "hump" instead. Keep your feet moving ... during, after and before each ball. Block everything else out.
As long as the feet are moving, everything else will usually fall into place. Be prepared and happy to get into a long point.
When the time is right, attack! Great footwork and perpetual motion will keep you better prepared for anything that comes your way. When you are always moving, the "hump" vanishes and without even realizing it, you may attain your goal.
<p>Joel Ross is owner/director of <a href="http://joelrosstennis.com">Joel Ross Tennis & Golf Camp</a> in Kent, Conn. Over the past 22 years, more than 5,000 campers have enjoyed the<a href="http://joelrosstennis.com"> "Joel Ross" tennis camp</a> experience. Joel was NYS High School Singles Champion in 1967 and 1968 while playing for Westbury High School on Long Island. He was Big 10 Singles Champion in 1971 while attending University of Michigan and was on the cover of <em>Tennis Magazine</em> that year. He was player/coach of the U.S. Maccabiah Tennis Team in 1977 and won a gold medal in mens doubles with his partner, Peter Rennert. He may be reached by e-mail at <a href="http://firstname.lastname@example.org">info@</a><a href="http://email@example.com">joelrosstennis.com</a>.</p>