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How to win a tennis Match!?
rahim57
#33 Posted : Monday, June 13, 2011 11:59:13 AM(UTC)
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Hello! Maria;


Now, I want to talk about the defensive tactics adopted by some tennis players like Nadal and Caroline and that is proved:

This strategy is mainly based on physical appearance, agility, patience and prudence. Thus, the player who has a physical power and some speed in the game, can dominates much the space of the game and easily control the offensive player's side.



In this battle, the player trying by all means do the minimum of mistakes and causes his opponent to commit as many faults as possible.



The final victory is based on this tactical game where the player, to avoid errors, concentrates his game on removal of the high shots; but the powerful shots are very limited and the points are gained by the mistakes of the opponent.

The drawback in this tactic, is when the opponent is a very strong physically and plays very well technically; it's difficult to win the match in this case. Good Luck! 


 

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#34 Posted : Friday, June 17, 2011 8:12:28 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Maria;


Today I have a few things that can bring more to the player:



* Try to focus your shots on the weak side of your opponent, that is to say that if the opponent is right handed, the firing

   must focus on its left side, is to put her in a bad position before provide a powerful shot.

* Never put the color of the opponent, so you may see the color of your outfit is the same as the flag of your opponent, you

   must change color.

* Always put a little black color in your dress (cap, wristbands, etc.). Is to move away the evil eye.

* Always give the impression of power and moral force from the beginning of the game, even when you're not comfortable, is

   for not to provide an opportunity for the opponent to trust itself.

* Always try to take advantage of the effect of surprise, and leaves no time for the opponent to know you and trust in itself.

* Never take the sweet drink before the game, except after a good warm-up or the first set.

* Always try to dominate the space of game through the rapidity, because you're going to dominate the game and win the      

   match.

* Do not forget the cons-feets, the feints and the other previous councils.

 Good Chance! and God Bless you; Kiss 
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#146 Posted : Sunday, June 19, 2011 8:49:38 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Maria;


Here you are some new information from Wikpedia about the grass court of Webledon:


The grass of Wimbledon slows considerably more bullets since the early 2000s. Indeed, the grass is denser and longer grass, and therefore the ball is slowed down after hitting the ground so more slowly comes to the raiser. In the men's final at Wimbledon in 2008, a computerized animation shows that in 2003 a service of 202km/h slow down to 83km/h after the rebound, while in 2008 this same service dropped to 69km/h, a loss more than 1 meter at the bottom line short. Previously constituted 70% of weeds (and 30% creeping red fescue), the courts of Wimbledon since 2001 are 100% made of chaff.



The aim, laudable, the organizers was to reduce the amount of false rebounds during the 13 days during the tournament. Because this new grass also grows stronger on harder ground. But who says harder ground, also known as rebound above. First fundamental change in the grass of Wimbledon: no more bullets fuse, the deadly slices and return service at the knee. On this new ground, the bounce of the ball is higher, almost at the level of hard surfaces.



The second feature of the weeds is to grow much more vertical. The ball is then further attached by the grass when it bounces. And it may take longer. In addition to television mounts, this slowdown is measured very precisely. The ITF classifies the speeds of the surfaces of the circuit into four categories: slow, intermediate, semi-fast and fast. In 2007, the following categories were attributed to the Grand Slams: Roland Garros - slow U.S. Open - quick, Australian Open - semi-fast. The grass of Wimbledon, to everyone's surprise, was awarded the intermediate category. ( Wikipedia)


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#35 Posted : Wednesday, June 22, 2011 7:43:39 PM(UTC)
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                                                                  Tactical anti fatigue 



Hello! Maria; 

Today I want to tell you about the tactic anti fatigue that we should adopt during a game when we feel great heaviness and a sensation of weariness because of second psychological considerations and also a certain abnormal disinterest for the game and an excessive and abnormal sensation of fatigue and premature acceptance of demotivation . 


In this situation, the only tactic is to adopt its the defensive tactic anti fatigue which is defined as follows: 

• We need to overcome mentally, and by whatever means, that feeling of weariness and sense of disinterest for the game 
• We need a purely defensive strategy and focus the game on the opponent's errors 
• We need to adopt strict rules of prudence and adapt us to psychological and environmental conditions. 
• We need adapt us technically and physically according to the evolution of the game and the reaction of the opponent. 
• Never fall into the negative psychological considerations. 
• We must focus on the game's powerful services. 
• We must consume between sets exciting foods, as raisins, almonds, lemon juice & orange sweet and the wafers. 
• We must adopt a positive psychological excessive for not to fall in exhaustion. 
• We must adopt a sporting behavior of flexibility and relaxed. 
• Never show signs of fatigue and nervousness from the beginning, and try to do everything to win the first set. 


• It is important to take care of food before the game, especially for those who play in the afternoon,  for to be fresh and light at the time of the game we have to eat light at lunch, for example:  a tomato salad with tuna in oil with onion and parsley is very good for fitness during the match. Also, add one omelet with onions and parsley and a little white fish such as whiting fillet. Finally, we should drink mostly natural lemon juice sweet and eat something like fresh fruit. 


Such as food can cause a feeling of heaviness and fatigue during the game, we have to take care of the meal before the game and respect for the time gap between the last meal and the match which is of 4 hours. 


Also, do not forget to take a banana or a box of yogurt ½ before the game, but also to be fresh during the game, do not forget to empty the bowel and bladder at the last minute and consume plenty of water (to sip) ½ before the game. 


That somehow, some helpful tips to avoid the feeling of heaviness and fatigue during the match, which may cause inconvenience to the player to the point where he may be in difficult in his match. 

But, there are other things that go into psychological considerations such as that way to throw the bad luck or the evil eye just before the game, under these conditions, there is only one remedy which  is that of not believe in these bad things, although they exist, and always try to reverse the negative psychologically ideas toward the positive. 


Finally, one ½ hour of nap is very beneficial, but more one hour of sleep it can cause any side effects and a feeling of heaviness and fatigue during the game. That's all for this theme, I wish you great courage and good luck. God Bless you!


Kiss

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#145 Posted : Thursday, June 23, 2011 6:55:10 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Maria;


 


In this post, I would like to tell you about the reaction of tennis players in their race behind the ball, usually the player always has a reflex to run to the other end to try to catch the bullet fired by the opponent; But, most of the time, when he threw himself towards the end of one side the ball comes towards the other side and takes him in opposite, where the loss of points.



To counter this action, it is important that the player programs his reflexes to run only until the middle of the field and thus preserves one margin for maneuver in case the ball reaches the opposite side.



Thus, this reflex may allow him to adjust his shot and save a lot of balls and points. Good Chance!  Kiss 
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#49 Posted : Sunday, June 26, 2011 9:16:01 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Masha;


 


For all professional tennis player there is a strict rule that determines the strategy and the method of play; this rule is based on two basic principles are as follows:



1) The main conditions for a tennis player:



• The strike force, it includes the following: physical fitness, firepower (service & return), speed

• Master of the game, it includes the following: self-control, patience, prudence, not precipitation, not excess, recovery of breath, psychological power

• Preciseness, it includes the following: calculation of accuracy, good reflex, good position, good momentum, power control.

• Resistance, it includes the following: agility, physical freshness, psychological strength, flexibility, energy reserve (water, soft drink, stimulant food)



2) The decisive stages:



In a tennis match, certain steps are very crucial and any mistake can cause much damage. Thus, it is very important to be careful during these steps and be careful for not to commit the slightest mistake which can be decisive for the game. Therefore, it highly recommended to pay attention to the following cases:



• The first set of the first round

• The first round of the match

• The last set of the first round

• The fifth set of all rounds

• The last set of the match

• The 40 / 0 and 40/15 of all sets

• The 40 of the match



So, we can conclude that for a tennis player can control his game very well and ensure the victory of the match, he must take into account very carefully the elements that make up these two fundamental principles, and it does not mean he neglects the other stages of the match.  That's all for now, I wish you great courage and good luck. God Bless you! 


 Kiss 




Very important! during the 40s of each set and the match must take a break, take out good the breath for to do the momentum that can bring the last point and to win the set and the match. Good Chance! 


 



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#50 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 7:30:22 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Masha;



I think now we must come out the big game, because the slightest mistake can be fatal, so it takes a lot of concentration before and during the Match and a strict application of the guidelines.



You must take this opportunity to impose your game; the opponents are all on the same level, and your experience and your power can make a difference; so you must have confidence in yourself and force your real game. Also, it is necessary change the tactics to avoid the double faults. God Bless You; Good Chance! Kiss




Very important! It is necessary that you enter in the game inmediatly and  from the start, you must not lose time and points, as it will be very difficult to return to the performing résulat with an opponent that plays perfectly. So, you know what you must do to be effective, it is "the warm up early".


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HOW TO LOSE A MATCH OR A TOURNAMENT?


1) Sleep late before the match. I mean not sleep enough before the battle.


2) Not be concentrated on your tennis but other things about life


3) By subconsciously acting as you don't need the victory because your life becomes too easy


4) Give easy balls to your opponent


5) Not listen the advice of your new coach


6) Drink alcohol before the match


7) Be nervous on the court


8) Underestimate an opponent


9) Go to a party before the match


10) Use drugs to be strong 



"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#51 Posted : Wednesday, June 29, 2011 6:22:59 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Masha;



Be careful, Masha, Lizicki is a good player, it is regular and does not make many mistakes. I think she is very happy to be in semi-final and I do not think she pretends to play the leading role, but if you open him a psychological breach, so she could believe in his luck and, of course, she'll enjoy it. 



So, do not give him cake, you need to play with determination, confidence and above all with calm and patience. You're stronger and you have to enjoy for run she and tire himself out, trying to focus your game on the wings for her physical exhaustion. 



Do not forget, that is your revenge against the past and you can win this trophy. Also, it is important that you to get into the skin of this 17-year champion who won this title in the same Court. God Bless; Good Chance! Kiss 
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#52 Posted : Friday, July 01, 2011 2:09:06 PM(UTC)
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Hello! Masha;



As a very important game for a very special final of the Grand Slam Wimbledon, I want to talk to you on some important points about the way that you approach this game with a player a little different.

First of all, you should consider your advantages in this match against your opponent and who are:



- The psychological effect (positive)
- The experience (positive)
- The estimated favorite (positive)



Also, take into consideration the following points very carefully to try to dominate the opponent and win the game without major problems:



• Avoid the balls up risky (cutting, double faults, air ball, etc.).
• It is important to position very well yourself and control the balance and momentum to counteract the powerful services of the opponent.
• You have to play quickly and take advantage of the slow (heavy) of your opponent and not try to make the beautiful game
• You have to focus the shoots on the right side of the opponent.
• You must get into the psychological atmosphere of the final before entering in the tennis court.
• You need to focus the game on fire powerful, the feints, the wings and the strong strokes after the second ball of the opponent (returns).
• Take great care of precipitation and impatience.
• You have to play with determination, confidence, calm, power and self-control.
• Do not forget the other tips mentioned earlier, specially your early  warm-up .
• Never change your racket when you are in a advantageous position of winner.
• The only way to avoid repetitive double faults is to change the manner and direction of fire when the first service is lost.
• A very high concentration is the key of the victory, then, you must to focus yourself a lot before and during the match, and come into full play deep (high performance) from the first second of the game for not to lose points and time.



At last, that's all I have to say to you in this beautiful and important opportunity, hoping that this match will crown your beautiful past successes in this tournament and I wish that the final victory and trophy are on your side, I wish you good luck and good chance. God Bless! Kiss  

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Hello! Masha 



Now that you have realized your return on the high podium of tennis through this beautiful second Grand Slam place in Wimbledon, I think we can not yet call it a return with strength, but even as a back against winds and tides. Thus, a break from development is more than necessary for a quick review of the first stage and projecting the outlook for the coming years.


So it depends on you and what you want to do in the future in the tennis world, but the advice I'm willing to give you is that you still have a lot of time and years before you to forge a true legend in the history of tennis, designing a school's style of play and leave your footprints for eternity.

 It is necessary that you admit that it was the tennis that gives you all this fame and worldwide recognition, so it is appropriate to continue in the professionalism through the implementation of programs of preparation for international competitions and major tournaments & Big Slam for at least 3 years (2012-2014).


I know that you say that you'll still be content with 1 or 2 Grand Slam and you withdraw, but I do not agree with this idea, because if the providence has chosen you to give you a lot of glory why not enjoy it, I think we should think big.


You just have to adjust your time and training programs according to your activities and occupations and all will go well. Later, after this period (2012-2014), you can change a little your sports activities according to your desires, if you want.


Dear Masha, I know that you have still a little doubt about the possibility of finding even your genius and your power sports of yesteryear, but all I want to tell you is that it is a matter of fraction of time and a few official matches still to play and you will be surprised to find your natural talent, your enthusiasm and your reflexes extraordinary 17 years, because I know you'll still be talking about you for some time yet where you will earn any victories large and small, and therefore, you are going to do school in the history of tennis with your particular style of game.


Do not forget that you came from afar, after that unfortunate period, and you have start again from the beginning, but the fruit of your effort and your sacrifice in the hard work is here, since the first year of preparation (2011) for your return to the high level of performance is more positive than with this beautiful result.


The subsequent years, with the help of God, they will be those of  the fruits of your hard work, and I think you will reach the highest stage of perfection and performance, I think that you should not stop there way and it is just sufficient to plan what you want to do in your future.


As for the intensity and over activity in the hard work and great efforts in training and competitions, I believe there is no need to worry since a specific program which takes into account the phases of high, medium and low voltage can gets you the appropriate means that you can normally accommodate you easily at the schedule and annual sporting competitions of large and medium importance.


For now, you just continue to play a lot of official matches possible to be able to find this natural gift that controls your reflexes sports, I say official matches (medium importance), because that's the only way can allow you to get used to taking risks in your style of play, without fear of losing something very important, in addition, you relearning to play very comfortable and relaxed.


By cons, playing only in the competitions of great importance that puts you in psychological conditions extremely difficult and delicate which do not favor the development of your real style of play and the experimentation of your old and new sports techniques.


Therefore, it is sufficient to have confidence in yourself, in your physical, technical and psychological ability and believe in your prospects and your chances to regain your place of true champion and World N° 1 in tennis for a few years again, especially since you going to do school in the history of tennis where you have to show the great game.


So, to stimulate your playfulness and your natural reflexes you need to play official matches of lesser importance when you are not obliged to respect the rules of prudence, only the beautiful game and a sensational techniques have importance; this which, ultimately, will result in consolidating your power play and your performance technique while developing your instincts and your play natural reflexes.


In any action, work or activity there is a recipe (strategy, tactics and method), an art or a gift. If the recipe and art can be taught, for against, the gift is a natural feeling to be able to do something one way innate, extraordinary and special.


This gift can be received through the convenience store and used by work, with this in mind we're talking about "having or regain control of something" So, after some time spent in the exercise of an activity gives the gift that always feels through a great feeling to be capable of the best.


This gift, which is not given to everyone, may be lost if we remain long time without such activity, and as our case for tennis, it is understandable that a player who is still very long time without official competitions can also run the risk of losing, for a moment, this gift; and therefore, to find him, he needs regular practice for some time until it feels more this natural feeling of being able to do the best in an activity (where they say back of the hand or gift)


In other words, a tennis player must participate in official competitions of lesser importance and play a lot of games to be able to find not only the top level, but especially the extraordinary ability which is the last touch is called the gift of reflex and instinct of the game.


So if we can say that the recipe and art can be taught through methods and procedures, however the gift is a matter of intuition and intelligence that stimulates the playfulness and spirit that can be acquired only through extensive experience in sports.


Thus, the game of tennis is based on three fundamental aspects that are determined as follows: physical aspects (50%), the technical aspects (20%) and the psychological aspects (30%). So, unlike other sports, the tennis is much more based on psychological strength on which the automatic reflexes that control the momentum, position, speed, precision, accuracy, patience, mastery of the game and the self-control.


Also, to master the game in a tennis match, the player must be strong morally and psychologically fit before being physically and technically fit, so that the proper concentration plays a very important roll before and during the match.


The Tennis is not like other sports where there is the direct contre-thurs of the opponents, but like a free game which depends, first all, of the player himself, there must have good concentration to program psychologically the natural reflexes and instinct of play. Is why it is necessary, too, play a lot of official matches of lesser importance to free himself psychologically from the fear of taking technique risks of game and increasing his own confidence in the mastery of the game, during these games the player takes into account much more the beautiful game and how to play before the results.


In conclusion, it is a small analysis on the psychological aspect of a tennis player who can provide him a great mastery in his style of play and a perfect performance & high level. So the player must comply with all instructions on the various aspects of the game if he will not play against itself. Best salutation for all and Good Chance for Masha 





Salut ! Masha  



Maintenant que tu as concrétisé ton retour sur les hauts podiums du tennis à travers cette belle 2ème place du grand Slam Wimbledon, je pense qu’on ne peut pas encore dire que c’est un retour en force, mais c’est comme même un retour contre vents et marées. Ainsi, une pause de mise au point est plus que nécessaire pour faire une petite révision de cette première étape et projeter les perspectives pour les années à venir.


Donc, il dépend de toi et de ce que tu as envie de faire dans le futur dans le monde du tennis ; mais les conseils que je veux bien te donner c’est que tu as encore beaucoup de temps et d’années devant toi pour forger une vraie légende dans l’histoire du tennis, concevoir une école en matière de style de jeu et laisser tes traces pour l’éternité.


 Il faut bien que tu admettes que c’est le tennis qui te procure toute cette renommée et reconnaissance mondiale ; donc, il est opportun de continuer dans le professionnalisme à travers la mise en œuvre de programmes de préparation pour les compétitions internationales et les tournois grand Slam pour au moins 3 ans (2012-2014).


Je sais que tu dis que tu te contenteras encore d’1 ou de 2 grands Slam et tu te retires ; mais je ne suis pas d’accord avec cette idée, car si la providence t’a élu pour te donner encore beaucoup de gloire pourquoi ne pas en profiter, je pense qu’il faut voir grand.


Il suffit juste d’aménager ton temps et tes programmes d’entrainement en fonction de tes activités et occupations et tout va se passer très bien. Plus tard, après cette période (2012-2014), tu pourras modifier un peu, si tu veux, tes activités sportives en fonction de tes désirs.


Chère Masha, je sais que tu avais encore un petit doute sur la possibilité de retrouver encore ton génie sportif et ta puissance d’antan ; mais tout ce que je veux te dire c’est qu’il s’agit d’une question de fraction de temps et quelques matchs officiels encore à jouer (sans compter le tournoi du grand Slam) et tu vas être étonnée de retrouver ton don naturel, ton élan et tes reflexes extraordinaires des 17 ans, car je sais que vas encore faire parler de toi pendant un bon moment encore où tu vas cumuler toutes les grandes et petites victoires, et donc, tu vas faire Ecole dans l’histoire du tennis.


N’oublies pas que tu es revenue de loin, après cette malheureuse étape, et tu as recommencé presque à zéro ; mais le fruit de tes grands efforts et ton sacrifice dans le dur travail est là, puisque cette première année de préparation (2011) pour ton retour au haut niveau de performance est plus que positive avec ce beau résultat.


Les années suivantes, avec l’aide de Dieu,  seraient celles de la récolte des fruits de ton dur travail, et je crois que tu vas atteindre le stade culminant de la perfection et de la performance, où je pense qu’il ne faut pas s’arrêter en si bon chemin ; il suffit tout juste de planifier ce que tu veux faire dans tes prochaines années.


En ce qui concerne l’intensité et la suractivité dans le dur travail et les grands efforts fournis dans les entrainements et les compétitions, je crois qu’il n’y a pas lieu de t’inquiéter puisque un programme spécifique qui tient compte des phases de haute, moyenne et basse tension peut te procurer les moyens appropriés pour que tu puisses t’adapter normalement et facilement au calendrier sportif annuel des compétitions de grande et moyenne importance.


Pour le moment, il suffit juste de continuer à jouer beaucoup de matchs officiels possibles pour être en mesure de retrouver ce don naturel qui contrôle tes reflexes sportifs ; je dis matchs officiels (de moyenne importance), parce que c’est le seul moyen qui puisse te permettre de t’habituer à prendre des risques dans ton style de jeu, sans avoir peur de perdre quelque chose très importante, en plus,  tu réapprends à jouer très à l’aise et décontractée.


Par contre, jouer seulement dans les compétitions de grandes importance, cela te mets dans des conditions psychologiques excessivement pénibles et délicates qui ne favorisent pas le développement de ton vrai style de jeu et l’expérimentation de tes techniques sportives anciennes  et nouvelles.


En conséquence, il suffit d’avoir confiance en toi-même, en tes capacités physiques, techniques et psychologiques, et de croire en tes perspectives et tes chances de reprendre ta place de vrai champion et de N°1 mondial dans le tennis pendant quelques années encore, surtout parce que tu vas faire Ecole dans l’histoire du tennis où tu dois sortir le grand jeu.


Donc, pour stimuler ton instinct de jeu et tes reflexes naturels tu as besoin de jouer des matchs officiels de moindre importance où tu n’es pas obligée de respecter les règles de prudence, seuls le beau jeu et les techniques sensationnelles auront une importance ; ce qui, en fin de compte, aura pour effet de conforter ta puissance de jeu et ta performance technique tout en perfectionnant ton instinct de jeu et tes reflexes naturels.


Dans toute action, œuvre ou activité il y a une recette (stratégie, tactique, méthode), un art ou un don. Si la recette et l’art peuvent être enseignés, par contre, le don est une sensation naturelle de pouvoir faire quelque chose d’une manière innée, inouïe et particulière.


Ce don on peut le recevoir à travers l’accommodation et l’habitude en exerçant une activité ; c’est dans cette optique qu’on parle de « avoir ou reprendre la main sur quelque chose ». Donc, après un certain temps passé dans l’exercice d’une activité on obtient systématiquement ce don qu’on ressent à travers une sensation extraordinaire d’être capable du meilleur.


Ce don, qui n’est pas donné à tout le monde, peut se perdre si on reste longtemps sans exercice de cette activité ; et comme notre cas concerne le tennis, on peut comprendre qu’un joueur qui reste très longtemps sans compétitions officielles peut aussi courir le risque de perdre momentanément ce don ; Et par conséquent, pour le retrouver il lui faut la pratique régulière pour un certain temps  jusqu’à ce qu’il ressente encore cette sensation naturelle d’être capable de faire le meilleur dans une activité (c’est là qu’on dit retrouver la main ou le don)


En d’autres termes, un joueur de tennis doit participer à des compétitions officielles de moindre importance et jouer beaucoup de matchs pour pouvoir retrouver non seulement son top niveau, mais surtout cette capacité extraordinaire qui constitue la dernière retouche qu’on appele le don du reflexe et de l’instinct du jeu.


Donc, si on peut dire que la recette et l’art peuvent être enseignés à travers des méthodes et des procédures, en revanche le don est une question d’intuition et d’intelligence qui stimule l’instinct de jeu et l’esprit qu’on ne peut acquérir qu’à travers une grande expérience dans la pratique sportive.


Ainsi, le jeu de tennis se base sur 3 aspects fondamentaux qui se déterminent comme suit : l’aspect physique (50%), l’aspect technique (20%) et l’aspect psychologique (30%). Donc, contrairement aux autres sports, le tennis est beaucoup plus basé sur la force psychologique dont dépendent les reflexes automatiques qui contrôlent l’élan, la position, la vitesse, la précision, la justesse, la patience, la maitrise du jeu et le self-control.


Aussi, pour maitriser le jeu dans un match de tennis il faut que le joueur soit fort moralement et en bonne forme psychologique avant d’être apte physiquement et techniquement, ce qui fait que la bonne concentration joue un rôle très important avant et pendant le match.


Le tennis n’est pas comme les autres sports où il existe le contre jeu direct des adversaires, mais comme c’est un jeu libre qui ne dépend, en premier lieu, que du joueur lui-même, il faut qu’il y ait une bonne concentration pour programmer psychologiquement les reflexes naturels et l’instinct de jeu.  C’est pour cette raison qu’il faut, aussi, jouer beaucoup de matchs officiels de moindre importance pour se libérer psychologiquement de la crainte de prendre des risques techniques de jeu et augmenter sa propre confiance dans la maitrise du jeu ; lors de ces matchs le joueur prend en considération beaucoup plus le beau jeu et la manière de jouer que les résultats.


En conclusion, c’est une petite analyse sur l’aspect psychologique d’un joueur de tennis qui peut lui assurer une grande maitrise dans son style de jeu et une performance et perfection de haut niveau. Donc, le joueur doit impérativement se conformer aux consignes sur les différents aspects du jeu s’il ne veut pas jouer contre lui-même.


P.S : En attendant l’autre analyse technique sur les programmes d’entrainement, je vais traduire en anglais et corriger celle-ci pour permettre à un grand nombre de lecteurs de comprendre son contenu sans qu’ils soient obligés de faire une traduction.  


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Salut ! Masha  


Maintenant que tu as concrétisé ton retour sur les hauts podiums du tennis à travers cette belle 2ème place du grand Slam Wimbledon, je pense qu’on ne peut pas encore dire que c’est un retour en force, mais c’est comme même un retour contre vents et marées. Ainsi, une pause de mise au point est plus que nécessaire pour faire une petite révision de cette première étape et projeter les perspectives pour les années à venir.


Donc, il dépend de toi et de ce que tu as envie de faire dans le futur dans le monde du tennis ; mais les conseils que je veux bien te donner c’est que tu as encore beaucoup de temps et d’années devant toi pour forger une vraie légende dans l’histoire du tennis, concevoir une école en matière de style de jeu et laisser tes traces pour l’éternité.


 Il faut bien que tu admettes que c’est le tennis qui te procure toute cette renommée et reconnaissance mondiale ; donc, il est opportun de continuer dans le professionnalisme à travers la mise en œuvre de programmes de préparation pour les compétitions internationales et les tournois grand Slam pour au moins 3 ans (2012-2014).


Je sais que tu dis que tu te contenteras encore d’1 ou de 2 grands Slam et tu te retires ; mais je ne suis pas d’accord avec cette idée, car si la providence t’a élu pour te donner encore beaucoup de gloire pourquoi ne pas en profiter, je pense qu’il faut voir grand.


Il suffit juste d’aménager ton temps et tes programmes d’entrainement en fonction de tes activités et occupations et tout va se passer très bien. Plus tard, après cette période (2012-2014), tu pourras modifier un peu, si tu veux, tes activités sportives en fonction de tes désirs.


Chère Masha, je sais que tu avais encore un petit doute sur la possibilité de retrouver encore ton génie sportif et ta puissance d’antan ; mais tout ce que je veux te dire c’est qu’il s’agit d’une question de fraction de temps et quelques matchs officiels encore à jouer (sans compter le tournoi du grand Slam) et tu vas être étonnée de retrouver ton don naturel, ton élan et tes reflexes extraordinaires des 17 ans, car je sais que vas encore faire parler de toi pendant un bon moment encore où tu vas cumuler toutes les grandes et petites victoires, et donc, tu vas faire Ecole dans l’histoire du tennis.


N’oublies pas que tu es revenue de loin, après cette malheureuse étape, et tu as recommencé presque à zéro ; mais le fruit de tes grands efforts et ton sacrifice dans le dur travail est là, puisque cette première année de préparation (2011) pour ton retour au haut niveau de performance est plus que positive avec ce beau résultat.


Les années suivantes, avec l’aide de Dieu,  seraient celles de la récolte des fruits de ton dur travail, et je crois que tu vas atteindre le stade culminant de la perfection et de la performance, où je pense qu’il ne faut pas s’arrêter en si bon chemin ; il suffit tout juste de planifier ce que tu veux faire dans tes prochaines années.


En ce qui concerne l’intensité et la suractivité dans le dur travail et les grands efforts fournis dans les entrainements et les compétitions, je crois qu’il n’y a pas lieu de t’inquiéter puisque un programme spécifique qui tient compte des phases de haute, moyenne et basse tension peut te procurer les moyens appropriés pour que tu puisses t’adapter normalement et facilement au calendrier sportif annuel des compétitions de grande et moyenne importance.


Pour le moment, il suffit juste de continuer à jouer beaucoup de matchs officiels possibles pour être en mesure de retrouver ce don naturel qui contrôle tes reflexes sportifs ; je dis matchs officiels (de moyenne importance), parce que c’est le seul moyen qui puisse te permettre de t’habituer à prendre des risques dans ton style de jeu, sans avoir peur de perdre quelque chose très importante, en plus,  tu réapprends à jouer très à l’aise et décontractée.


Par contre, jouer seulement dans les compétitions de grandes importance, cela te mets dans des conditions psychologiques excessivement pénibles et délicates qui ne favorisent pas le développement de ton vrai style de jeu et l’expérimentation de tes techniques sportives anciennes  et nouvelles.


En conséquence, il suffit d’avoir confiance en toi-même, en tes capacités physiques, techniques et psychologiques, et de croire en tes perspectives et tes chances de reprendre ta place de vrai champion et de N°1 mondial dans le tennis pendant quelques années encore, surtout parce que tu vas faire Ecole dans l’histoire du tennis où tu dois sortir le grand jeu.


Donc, pour stimuler ton instinct de jeu et tes reflexes naturels tu as besoin de jouer des matchs officiels de moindre importance où tu n’es pas obligée de respecter les règles de prudence, seuls le beau jeu et les techniques sensationnelles auront une importance ; ce qui, en fin de compte, aura pour effet de conforter ta puissance de jeu et ta performance technique tout en perfectionnant ton instinct de jeu et tes reflexes naturels.


Dans toute action, œuvre ou activité il y a une recette (stratégie, tactique, méthode), un art ou un don. Si la recette et l’art peuvent être enseignés, par contre, le don est une sensation naturelle de pouvoir faire quelque chose d’une manière innée, inouïe et particulière.


Ce don on peut le recevoir à travers l’accommodation et l’habitude en exerçant une activité ; c’est dans cette optique qu’on parle de « avoir ou reprendre la main sur quelque chose ». Donc, après un certain temps passé dans l’exercice d’une activité on obtient systématiquement ce don qu’on ressent à travers une sensation extraordinaire d’être capable du meilleur.


Ce don, qui n’est pas donné à tout le monde, peut se perdre si on reste longtemps sans exercice de cette activité ; et comme notre cas concerne le tennis, on peut comprendre qu’un joueur qui reste très longtemps sans compétitions officielles peut aussi courir le risque de perdre momentanément ce don ; Et par conséquent, pour le retrouver il lui faut la pratique régulière pour un certain temps  jusqu’à ce qu’il ressente encore cette sensation naturelle d’être capable de faire le meilleur dans une activité (c’est là qu’on dit retrouver la main ou le don)


En d’autres termes, un joueur de tennis doit participer à des compétitions officielles de moindre importance et jouer beaucoup de matchs pour pouvoir retrouver non seulement son top niveau, mais surtout cette capacité extraordinaire qui constitue la dernière retouche qu’on appele le don du reflexe et de l’instinct du jeu.


Donc, si on peut dire que la recette et l’art peuvent être enseignés à travers des méthodes et des procédures, en revanche le don est une question d’intuition et d’intelligence qui stimule l’instinct de jeu et l’esprit qu’on ne peut acquérir qu’à travers une grande expérience dans la pratique sportive.


Ainsi, le jeu de tennis se base sur 3 aspects fondamentaux qui se déterminent comme suit : l’aspect physique (50%), l’aspect technique (20%) et l’aspect psychologique (30%). Donc, contrairement aux autres sports, le tennis est beaucoup plus basé sur la force psychologique dont dépendent les reflexes automatiques qui contrôlent l’élan, la position, la vitesse, la précision, la justesse, la patience, la maitrise du jeu et le self-control.


Aussi, pour maitriser le jeu dans un match de tennis il faut que le joueur soit fort moralement et en bonne forme psychologique avant d’être apte physiquement et techniquement, ce qui fait que la bonne concentration joue un rôle très important avant et pendant le match.


Le tennis n’est pas comme les autres sports où il existe le contre jeu direct des adversaires, mais comme c’est un jeu libre qui ne dépend, en premier lieu, que du joueur lui-même, il faut qu’il y ait une bonne concentration pour programmer psychologiquement les reflexes naturels et l’instinct de jeu.  C’est pour cette raison qu’il faut, aussi, jouer beaucoup de matchs officiels de moindre importance pour se libérer psychologiquement de la crainte de prendre des risques techniques de jeu et augmenter sa propre confiance dans la maitrise du jeu ; lors de ces matchs le joueur prend en considération beaucoup plus le beau jeu et la manière de jouer que les résultats.


En conclusion, c’est une petite analyse sur l’aspect psychologique d’un joueur de tennis qui peut lui assurer une grande maitrise dans son style de jeu et une performance et perfection de haut niveau. Donc, le joueur doit impérativement se conformer aux consignes sur les différents aspects du jeu s’il ne veut pas jouer contre lui-même.


P.S : En attendant l’autre analyse technique sur les programmes d’entrainement, je vais traduire en anglais et corriger celle-ci pour permettre à un grand nombre de lecteurs de comprendre son contenu sans qu’ils soient obligés de faire une traduction.  



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Thank you! for this observation, but in my PS at the end I made it clear that I am going to do the automatic translation in English of this analysis and correct it for ease of understanding to readers. Best Salutation! 

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Hello! Masha; 


 


Now, I would like talk to you about the Active Rest which can be benefict for the sportsman during the off phases of her sport season.


 


                                                                           Active rest


 


We all knew that the exercise of a sports activity, in particular on the professional level, requires a great energy contribution and a great physical capacity. To be able to answer to these conditions, the sportsman needs to maintain his physical and morals shape in a regular way during all the year and not only during the competitions.


 


But this physical maintenance and this working are likely to be confronted with two major handicaps which can make against productive the performance of the player; these handicaps are summarized as follows:


 


1) The fall of form: It is a great handicap against productive for the sportsman who can occur during the official competitions;  it is due to the lack of preparation, to the bad program of training and to any disorganization on the calendar plan of the sports activities of the player, also it can be the fact of psychological and morals disturbances of the player.


 


Its treatment is lie in the good planning and the good choice of  program of training which can adapt to all the expiries of the competitions and other activities of the player. In this context, it is necessary to prevent and take into account all the unforeseen ones and to prepare consequently.


 


2) Over activity: It is a major handicap which can also be against productive for the player during the official competitions; it is due to the excess of the sports activities and the negative intensity of work during the execution of preparation program of competitions.


 


It is said that too much sport is against productive for the sport; therefore, so that the player can be suited physically and psychologically and competitive in the field of the performance, it is necessary that its sports activities (training, competitions) are regular and balanced.


 


Thus, it is imperative to take into account the various phases of the sports activities of the player to arrange a special program for each one of the period of high, average and low intensity; in other words, it is necessary to prevent a special program of the training for each competition (Grand Slam, International Tournament, International Competition).


 


3) Balance or Active Rest:   For controlling well the balance between the various preparation phases of the competitions, according to their importance (high, average and low intensity), one needs that the tennis player follows a special program of ”soft running in”, called “Active Rest”, during the normal periods which are not in charge of any program of preparation (between the competitions and the specific program of training).


 


This program, which is regarded as that of the phase of soft running in and of good shape, is a means to maintain the endurance, to preserve the performance and to keep balance between the various phases of preparation. 


 


A true sportsman does not need recommendations of a trainer to maintain his form, to consolidate his endurance and to preserve his performance; because, the body of the sportsman needs a physical and psychological maintenance as it needs a food maintenance. But, the work of the trainer is for the special program of training of high performance.


 


Thus, the sportsman of high performance can listen to his body to know if it needs a physical exercise or a rest; and since the absolute rest is not recommended for a professional sportsman of high efficiency, it is advised to follow a special program of active rest.


 


Consequently, the following program can be beneficial for the tennis player to answer, in all urgency, at its physical requirements in aspect of endurance and performance which must be consolidated by high level special programs.


 


This program is a basic physical work to consolidate the endurance which is very essential for the performance; however, it is very flexible and can be arranged according to the availabilities and the conveniences of the sportsman (when the sportsman not can do one sport session in the morning, he can do it in the afternoon and vice versa).


 


It is, in some kinds, a program of training of active rest which helps the sportsman to preserve his physical and psychological form without permanently providing hard efforts which can cause an over activity or a saturation (injury). Also, it is a means of balance which makes it possible to the sportsman to avoid the phases of fall of form due to the lack of physical-activity during the basic period’s intensity and of lack of competitions.


 


This program always keeps the tennis player under conditions lend to the perfect execution of a special program of high efficiency required for the preparation for the high level competitions (Grand Slam, International Tournament).


Good Chance in your next Competition and God Bless. Kiss


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4) Program Active Rest:


 


Days                         Sports Activity                         Time                   Period                     Observation


 


Monday                - Light Footing                           45 min                Morning 


 


Tuesday               - Endurance                                30 min                 Morning 


                              - Swimming                                 01 h00                 Afternoon              (stroke or back)


 


Wednesday        - Endurance                                 45 min                  Morning 


                              (rib & stairs)


 


Thursday              - Gymnastics (flexibility)          01 h00                   Morning


                               - Tennis Match                          03 Sets                   Evening


 


Friday                  - Light Footing                            30 min                     Morning


                             - Warm up  +                               30 min                    Afternoon           =>     Same time 


                             - Series of speed                       10*50m*2              Afternoon           =>     Same time


 


Saturday             - Resistance Footing  (VMA)    30 min                    Morning 


                             - Footing (Toes  4*400*2)             8*400 m             Afternoon           (1 turn on toes and     


                                                                                                                                                    1 turn normal)


 


Sunday                    Rest                                                 /                                 /                                 / 


 







 






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Hello! Masha; Here, below, you can find an food board of calories and vitamins which can help the sportsman in his sport alimentation. This is an automatic translation from the french.


 


Traduction (français > anglais)


The tables below show the intake of kilocalories (kcal) and
the content of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E of the foods mentioned.

The figures are given for a quantity of 100 grams of fresh food;
cooking reduced by about 50% vitamin content.
Vitamin A   : growth - disease resistance - for hygiene
Vitamin B1 : assimilation of carbohydrates - a factor of appetite - nervous balance
Vitamin B2: general assimilation - nutrient status
Vitamin C  : antiscorbutic - stable blood - internal secretion - the destruction of toxins
Vitamin D  : antirachitic - binding of calcium - bone formation
Vitamin E  : sexual balance, nervous, muscular - fertility - pregnancy

Apricot
Calories 60
Vitamin A   140% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 3
Vitamin B2 7
Vitamin C   4
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Garlic
Calories 60
Vitamin A   10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 5
Vitamin B2 3
Vitamin C   100
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Almond
Calories 600
Vitamin A   8% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 4
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   45

Pineapple
Calories 150
Vitamin A 4% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 7
Vitamin B2 4
Vitamin C 45
Vitamin D 0
Vitamin E 0


Eel
Calories 210
Vitamin A 800% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 60
Vitamin C   88
Vitamin D   750
Vitamin E   0


Fresh peanuts
Calories 650
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 340
Vitamin B2 33
Vitamin C   10
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   400

Artichoke
Calories 75
Vitamin A   10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 10
Vitamin C   20
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Asparagus
Calories 20
Vitamin A   20% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 5
Vitamin B2 4
Vitamin C   60
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Eggplant
Calories 30
Vitamin A  3% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  6
Vitamin B2  50
Vitamin C   80
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0

Oats (rolled)
Calories 325
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 71
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   50
Vitamin E   0


Banana
Calories 100
Vitamin A   12% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 14
Vitamin B2   8
Vitamin C     8
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0


Bette (Chard)
Calories 30
Vitamin A   115% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1     9
Vitamin B2   60
Vitamin C     90
Vitamin D       0
Vitamin E       0

Beet
Calories 45
Vitamin A   10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2   2
Vitamin C   25
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0



Butter was
Calories 760
Vitamin A   154% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1     0
Vitamin B2     0
Vitamin C       0
Vitamin D     38
Vitamin E     25


Butter Winter
Calories 760
Vitamin A 75% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   0
Vitamin B2   0
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D   20
Vitamin E   20

Beer


Calories 36
Vitamin A   0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 1
Vitamin B2 1
Vitamin C   1
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Wheat
Calories 350
Vitamin A     2% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 60
Vitamin B2 20
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E   12


Sprouted wheat
Calories 250
Vitamin A    5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 90
Vitamin B2 60
Vitamin C   10
Vitamin D     1
Vitamin E    25

Beef (meat)
Calories 200
Vitamin A     4% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 17
Vitamin B2 25
Vitamin C     4
Vitamin D     1
Vitamin E     8


Brie
Calories 300
Vitamin A   35% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   8
Vitamin B2 60
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D     2
Vitamin E    10


Nectarine
Calories 65
Vitamin A  100% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   1
Vitamin B2   2
Vitamin C   10
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0

Camembert
Calories 300
Vitamin A  35% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  8
Vitamin B2 60
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D     2
Vitamin E   10


Cantal
Calories 375
Vitamin A  76% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 15
Vitamin C 0
Vitamin D 1
Vitamin E 1

Carde (Cardon)


Calories 30
Vitamin A  500% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1    0
Vitamin B2 30
Vitamin C 100
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0

Carrot


 
Calories 45
Vitamin A  80% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  9
Vitamin B2  3
Vitamin C  14
Vitamin D    0
Vitamin E    0

Blackcurrant


Calories 55
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 10
Vitamin C 600
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0

Celery Green


Calories 30
Vitamin A    50% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  1
Vitamin B2  0
Vitamin C   200
Vitamin D    0
Vitamin E    0

Cherry


 
Calories 75
Vitamin A    35% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   5
Vitamin B2   3
Vitamin C   58
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0


Beef brain


 
Calories 130
Vitamin A     8% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2   0
Vitamin C     3
Vitamin D   1000
Vitamin E     0


Sheep brains



Calories 130
Vitamin A     10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   14
Vitamin B2     0
Vitamin C     2
Vitamin D     2
Vitamin E     0

Pig brain



Calories 130
Vitamin A     15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   17
Vitamin B2     0
Vitamin C     60
Vitamin D       5
Vitamin E       0

Mushroom


Calories 40
Vitamin A     8% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 14
Vitamin B2   0
Vitamin C     9
Vitamin D   10
Vitamin E     0

 


Chestnut



Calories 240
Vitamin A    10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  25
Vitamin B2  20
Vitamin C  220
Vitamin D      0
Vitamin E      0

Chicory



Calories 20
Vitamin A 600% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  15
Vitamin B2    7
Vitamin C    85
Vitamin D      0
Vitamin E 0

Chocolate


Calories 500
Vitamin A    0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  1
Vitamin B2  6
Vitamin C    1
Vitamin D    0
Vitamin E    0

Cabbage


Calories 48
Vitamin A     15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  16
Vitamin B2    8
Vitamin C 125
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0

Brussels sprouts
Calories 56
Vitamin A 15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   16
Vitamin B2     8
Vitamin C   200
Vitamin D       0
Vitamin E       0


Sauerkraut
Calories 28
Vitamin A     0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   0
Vitamin B2   0
Vitamin C   25
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0

Cauliflower


Calories 34
Vitamin A    50% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  16
Vitamin B2    8
Vitamin C  100
Vitamin D      0
Vitamin E      0

Cider
Calories 25
Vitamin A   0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C   5
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0

Lemon


Calories 45
Vitamin A      3% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  10
Vitamin B2    3
Vitamin C  220
Vitamin D      0
Vitamin E      0


Beef heart


Calories 150
Vitamin A   10%  of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  57
Vitamin B2 50
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0

Sheep heart
Calories 150
Vitamin A     0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 57
Vitamin B2   0
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0


Veal heart


Calories 150
Vitamin A       0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1     0
Vitamin B2   50
Vitamin C       0
Vitamin D  3000
Vitamin E        0


Hake


Calories  80
Vitamin A   12% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 10
Vitamin C   30
Vitamin D     1
Vitamin E     0


Cucumber
Calories 16
Vitamin A    1% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  8
Vitamin B2  6
Vitamin C  40
Vitamin D    0
Vitamin E    0


Jam


Calories 280
Vitamin A     0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   1
Vitamin B2   6
Vitamin C     1
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0


Coulommiers


Calories 300
Vitamin A   35% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   8
Vitamin B2 60
Vitamin C     0
Vitamin D     2
Vitamin E   10


Zucchini
Calories 35
Vitamin A   100% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1     5
Vitamin B2     6
Vitamin C     20
Vitamin D       0
Vitamin E       0


Cream


Calories 300
Vitamin A   42% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  0
Vitamin B2  0
Vitamin C    0
Vitamin D  14
Vitamin E  15


Cress


Calories 22
Vitamin A     55% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   14
Vitamin B2   14
Vitamin C   400
Vitamin D       0
Vitamin E     60


Shrimp
Calories 130
Vitamin A   1% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2   1
Vitamin C     9
Vitamin D     5
Vitamin E     0


Dates


Calories 300
Vitamin A      6% of  input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  22
Vitamin B2    1
Vitamin C     1
Vitamin D     0
Vitamin E     0


Endive


Calories 25
Vitamin A  400% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1    0
Vitamin B2    0
Vitamin C  100
Vitamin D      0
Vitamin E      0


Spinach


Calories 50
Vitamin A    500% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1    20
Vitamin B2      8
Vitamin C   100
Vitamin D       0
Vitamin E       0


Sturgeon


Calories 120
Vitamin A   15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 12
Vitamin C   44
Vitamin D   50
Vitamin E     0


Fresh fig


Calories E0
Vitamin A   4% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 6
Vitamin B2 5
Vitamin C   5
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Dried fig
Calories 320
Vitamin A   2% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1   8
Vitamin B2   6
Vitamin C    0
Vitamin D    0
Vitamin E    0


Beef liver


Calories 145
Vitamin A   1% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  28
Vitamin B2 140
Vitamin C   135
Vitamin D   10
Vitamin E   135


Sheep liver


Calories 190
Vitamin A   1% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 57
Vitamin B2 10
Vitamin C   175
Vitamin D   4
Vitamin E   80


Pig liver
Calories 130
Vitamin A   400% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 57
Vitamin B2 10
Vitamin C   100
Vitamin D   10
Vitamin E   120


Chicken liver


Calories 140
Vitamin A   1% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 60
Vitamin B2 5
Vitamin C   65
Vitamin D   12
Vitamin E   12


Calf liver


Calories 135
Vitamin A   400% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 57
Vitamin B2 150
Vitamin C   145
Vitamin D   3
Vitamin E   120


Strawberry
Calories 44
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 2
Vitamin B2 2
Vitamin C   180
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Raspberry


Calories 62
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1  5
Vitamin B2  2
Vitamin C   150
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Fat cottage cheese


Calories 150
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 4
Vitamin B2 20
Vitamin C   12
Vitamin D   1
Vitamin E   1


Wheat germ
Calories 370
Vitamin A  15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 300
Vitamin B2 100
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   7
Vitamin E   800


Gorgonzola


Calories 360
Vitamin A   10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 8
Vitamin B2 9
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   2
Vitamin E   10


Grenade


Calories 80
Vitamin A   0% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C   44
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Currants
Calories 60
Vitamin A   4% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 12
Vitamin B2 12
Vitamin C   200
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Gooseberry


Calories 55
Vitamin A  3% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 9
Vitamin B2 8
Vitamin C   125
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   0


Gruyère


Calories  375
Vitamin A    76% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 15
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   1
Vitamin E   1


Herring
Calories 120
Vitamin A   15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 12
Vitamin C   44
Vitamin D   50
Vitamin E   0


Dry beans


Calories 330
Vitamin A   5% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 32
Vitamin B2 17
Vitamin C   2
Vitamin D   0
Vitamin E   17


Green bean


Calories 40
Vitamin A 25% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 6
Vitamin B2 3
Vitamin C 33
Vitamin D 0
Vitamin E 1


Holland
Calories 375
Vitamin A 76% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 15
Vitamin C 0
Vitamin D 1
Vitamin E 1


Peanut oil


Calories 900
Vitamin A 15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C 0
Vitamin D 0
Vitamin E 60


Cod Liver Oil


Calories 900
vitamin A    2200% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   2200
Vitamin E   0


Virgin olive oil
Calories 900
Vitamin A   10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 0
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C   0
Vitamin D   2
Vitamin E   50


Oyster


Calories 50
Vitamin A  15% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 30
Vitamin B2 0
Vitamin C   25
Vitamin D   1
Vitamin E   0


Cow's milk (Summer)


Calories 70
Vitamin A   10% of input daily necessary
Vitamin B1 10
Vitamin B2 12
Vitamin C   10
Vitamin D



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What are the 12 main advices in the technical and physical level for a tennis player for to win her Match?


Trophy!







 


Hello! Masha;




I believe that you know how to play against serena; you should be careful,  you need to play with determination, confidence and above all with calm and patience. You're the best and you should to run her and tire her out, trying to focus your game on the wings for her physical exhaustion. You need a big concentration and also try to concentrate yourself in the technical and psycholigical aspect. God Bless you; Good Chance! Kiss 
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Hello! Masha;




I believe that you know how to play against serena; you should be careful,  you need to play with determination, confidence and above all with calm and patience. You're the best and you should to run her and tire her out, trying to focus your game on the wings for her physical exhaustion. You need a big concentration and also try to concentrate yourself in the technical and psycholigical aspect. God Bless you; Good Chance! Kiss 


 


Good Chance! Masha; Go ahead and play your best game, you are the best and strong; I wish you great victory. God Bless you! Kiss

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Trophy!






 


Hello! Masha;



Now, I want you to realize that the victory or the defeat in a match, unless it is a great trophy, not many like the way to win or lose this game.



Thus, there are games that must play with risk for well experience the game techniques and the performance, and there are other matchs where we must be cautious, since it is the end result that counts morest.



In your last game, I noticed that you were a little tired and not in your day in physical side, I hope all is well at the moment and I wish you great courage and chance.



In a few days you will play the US Open Grand Slam and you've got to treat with consideration your physical form and especially your health, you don't should intensify the overactive fear of losing your power and your physical performance. Rest is sometimes a kind of fitness and balance is always needed to be at the top level to D-Day



Go ahead! Masha; and play relaxed and with confidence, you are a true champion and you deserve a lot of trophies yet. May God preserve you. Enjoy! Kiss 
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