Which Factors Make Successful Tennis Players?
There are a range of physical and mental factors that contribute to successful performance in sports, as listed below. Not all of these factors are important for Tennis Players - and that is what this survey is to determine. Please add your rating to as how important you think each of these factors are to the success of Tennis Players. If you are unsure, you don't have to answer. You can read a more detailed description of the factors. This survey is an extension of a previous (though still active) poll asking you to select the single most important FITNESS component for Tennis.
What do you think is important?
Use the stars to give a rating from 1 to 5 stars, using this rating scale.
Even if you think a factor is not important, please still give it a one-star rating.
Your votes are recorded and counted as you click. Thanks to everyone for giving your opinion. You can see the results only. Do you have a high level of knowledge of the requirements of this sport? We are looking at getting your expert opinion on the above factors - see here.
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- As a Pro Tennis Coach and Former Player the most important thing for successful tennis player is to develop his own and unique self-suitable "game" composed of Fitness, Technique, Tactic, and Psychological elements. If one player miss one or more of the mentioned elements from the list he/she can still play but his / her game is sentenced to be very vulnerable. THEREFORE : EVERY TENNIS (GREAT) PLAYER IS UNIQUE AND THERE IS NO PERFECT PLAYER. So the right definition of top tennis player is: RIGHT DYNAMIC BALANCE OF GAME ELEMENTS DURING ANY MATCH OR IN EVERY SINGLE POINT ( FITNESS, TECHNIQUE, TACTIC, PSYCHOLOGY ) (from Aleksandar Vulovic, Nov 2012)