A tennis player from Russia said that in Europe they teach more to enjoy the process
Tennis player Erika Andreeva revealed the difference in training in Russia and Europe. Her words leads “Championship”.
“When I started working with French, European coaches, I realized that they teach you to enjoy the process more. Lost? It’s okay, you will have a good dinner in the evening, you can relax, chat, ”she said.
The Russian woman noted that losses are an integral part of life, so it is important to learn how to accept them.
Erika Andreeva is the finalist of the Junior Roland Garros 2021. The Russian woman takes 128th place in the ranking of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). On March 22, she will play against American Ashlyn Krueger in the first round of the WTA-1000 series tournament in Miami (USA).
The Russians take part in tournaments of the Association of Tennis Professionals and the WTA. At the same time, they are prohibited from competing in competitions under the auspices of the International Tennis Federation.
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