Creativity on court II: Playing with emotions


  • Lucía Jiménez



Emotions, game, cognitive-behavioural perspective


This article proposes regulating emotions, and returning to the enjoyment component of the sport, since it is the reason why all players take up tennis. In order to do so, the cognitive-behavioural vision of emotions has been taken as a basis. Exercises for all practice levels are suggested.


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How to Cite

Jiménez, L. (2018). Creativity on court II: Playing with emotions. ITF Coaching & Sport Science Review, 26(75), 11–14.