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    Question Psychological Aspect

    the psychological/mental part of the game;
    1. How do you continue playing well when u're partner is obviously much BETTER and reprimands ur EVERY mistake but treats his own like ''ah, it happens,it's excusable" ?
    2. how to regain back ur confidence when u make a lot of silly mistakes and ur partner is about to 'pass out' out due to frustration and hyper-tension because it seems that his entire manhood reputation/pride is on stake of the game?

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    don't make easy mistakes . Play with players your own level. Block out what is not in your control and be successfull in what is in your own control. Confidence comes from pretending you've always had it.

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    [quote=cendolabc]the psychological/mental part of the game;
    1. How do you continue playing well when u're partner is obviously much BETTER and reprimands ur EVERY mistake but treats his own like ''ah, it happens,it's excusable" ?
    2. how to regain back ur confidence when u make a lot of silly mistakes and ur partner is about to 'pass out' out due to frustration and hyper-tension because it seems that his entire manhood reputation/pride is on stake of the game?
    If he is much better than you than take his reprimands and learn from them....When much better player makes mistakes it usually comes from trying to make every shot a winner because your partner is playing badly and he tries to compensate. You will learn faster from playing with players better than yourself but you will get some guys that are rude and others that will try to help you learn and are not rude so try to play with them...YOU MUST FORGET ABOUT THE LAST MISTAKE AND CONCENTRATE ON SHOTS YOU ARE CAPABLE OF MAKING....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurasian =--(O)
    Confidence comes from pretending you've always had it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Hai
    YOU MUST FORGET ABOUT THE LAST MISTAKE AND CONCENTRATE ON SHOTS YOU ARE CAPABLE OF MAKING....
    thanks.. real good advice. will keep in mind

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    trust in your racket and abilities, is another good mental quote.

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    i came across a quote which i thought is very helpful in future when i play with better/experienced players

    No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
    Eleanor Roosevelt

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    I treat each point as a new game. A new chance to play at your best irregardless of what has happened in the game before.

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