Athletic Insight - The Online Journal of Sport Psychology

Letters to the Editor Free Textbook Program

Dear Editor:

       Playing tennis "in the zone" has long been considered the ultimate in human performance on the tennis court. But "the zone" is not the sole property of the sport of tennis.

       I would like to see what the Sports Psychology profession has to say about the experience of playing "in the zone." What is it? Why does it work? And, most importantly, how do you do it?


                                                                       S. Ford

                                                                       Denver, Colorado

       We appreciate the suggestion for a future issue. Look for an article on playing in the zone in the November, 1999 issue of Athletic Insight.

                                                                       Miguel Humara, M.A.


       We are always interested in feedback from our readers. At this time we are requesting that readers submit their reactions to the papers that have been published as part of the current issue. Selected letters will then be published along with editor's feedback when appropriate. We look forward to hearing your comments and suggestions. Simply e-mail Athletic Insight to submit your views.

We look forward to your comments and feedback.  Simply e-mail Athletic Insight.
Athletic Insight - The Online Journal of Sport Psychology: Line Mental Health Net Award Winner
Copyright 1999 Athletic Insight, Inc.
ISSN 1536-0431