The figure  shows tennis players
after losing a tie-break. protect
confidence was
  1. Thought replacement Read more
  2. Developing performance routines Read more
  3. Maintaining concentration under the spotlight Read more
  4. Dealing with external distractions Read more
  5. Dealing with internal distractions Read more
We know that success develops self-confidence, both in terms of our
own performance (winning each point), and being told that we are being
successful by significant others (the umpire, calling out the score,
providing information of our success).

Tennis players are constantly bombarded during the course of the game
on how well they are performing. Possibly, in no other sport is the score
so clearly and constantly expressed to the players and spectators.

And so maintaining confidence in tennis can be difficult.
Here we are going to get a few tips on how to build confidence.
Emotional control is vital
Act happy now, think happy later, and dont let your opponent gain a happiness by having a competitive advantage