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Mark Smythe Table Tennis

Australia's no. 1 coach

Playing under pressure

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  1. Players usually perform their best when mind and muscles are relaxed.
  2. There can be many up and downs re emotions through one match let alone one day, week, month, year and career. It’s how we deal with the down times, together with playing more hours each week that can make the difference of achieving a better result/standard at the time/in future.
  3. Playing at your best under high pressure will generally get better the more high pressure situations a player’s faces.