Sports Psychology Secrets: Taking a Moment to Reflect on Serena Williams’ Meltdown at the US Open

Sports Psychology Secrets: Taking a Moment to Reflect on Serena Williams’ Meltdown at the US Open
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Sports Psychology Secrets: Taking a Moment to Reflect on Serena Williams’ Meltdown at the US Open

Like millions of sports viewers worldwide, I happened to tune into the finals of the women’s tennis championship at the US Open yesterday – and I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. If you haven’t seen the video by now (although I assume if you follow sports, you probably hav.... More »

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Like millions of sports viewers worldwide, I happened to tune into the finals of the women’s tennis championship at the US Open yesterday – and I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.
If you haven’t seen the video by now (although I assume if you follow sports, you probably have), Serena was losing badly to 20-year-old upstart Naomi Osaka when the judge ruled that Serena’s coach was providing instructions via hand signals from the stands…

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