Rain or shine — stay on the move. When I was younger, my dad had me and my siblings train three hours of tennis everyday before we can do anything else. After school, that didn’t really give much time to do anything else. I used to love the rain because it meant a day off or light footwork! But... I knew that the second the sun peeked out and the wind blew — my dad and coaches would be out squeegeing the courts to get back to training. Days off are important, needed, and are valuable to your mental health. Putting in the work and staying consistent is not easy. But, if you’re not ready to go when rest is over — then don’t expect to walk off the court with the balls in your hand when it’s game time (tennis player expression — the winner gets the balls in the end) 🎾
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