Dear reader, during this week, like the previous one already broken down in the previous article, I visualized all these tennis matches that you can read below, all live, what the unofficial internet pages allow with their little delay, without However, I have not done analysis of the matches per se, but in an individualized way, being human to human, things do not evolve from one day to the next, the bases, the essentials that make differences will look the same, even if I have visualized several games of the same player.

I am not the one to value my work, I only consider that it is very useful or rather it would be very useful in many small details that escape us, making a similarity with photography (I have studies about it), but also knowing psychology very well, A fisheye captures much more information than a large telephoto lens, which amplifies an image, perhaps the one we want to capture at that moment, but leaves many others along the way, which are the ones that will mark the course of the path.

Just trying to help, contribute and learn from who or those who let me learn together, if there is no learning group, I would not accept it, because any individual and collective growth would be unfeasible.

I invite you to read it slowly and free from prejudice, the interpretations are yours, they do not belong to me , I am self-responsible for the knowledge that I try to transmit, share and enhance with other human beings, but not for the interpretations that one wishes to give them, For that there is the ability to analyze things, to ask questions, to seek increasingly effective and efficient questions and questions , instead of answers that would send us adrift in justification.


  1. Nikola Mijotevic vs Carlos Alcaraz. (Marbella)
  2. Taro Daniel vs Feliciano Lopez. (Marbella)
  3. Alejandro Davidovich vs Damir Dzumhur. (Marbella)
  4. Albert Ramos vs Ricardas Berankis. (Marbella)
  5. Pablo Carreño Busta vs Mario Vilella Martinez. (Marbella)
  6. Alejandro Davidovich vs Ilya Ivashka. (Marbella)
  7. Daniel Evans vs Lorenzo Musseti. (Sardegna)
  8. Jaume Munar vs Fabio Fognini. (Marbella)
  9. Feliciano Lopez vs Carlos Alcaraz. (Marbella)
  10. Alber Ramos vs Norbert Gombos. (Marbella)
  11. Lorenzo Musseti vs Laslo Djere. (Sardegna)
  12. Pablo Carreño Busta vs Kwon Soonwoon. (Marbella)
  13. Carlos Alcaraz vs Casper Ruud. (Marbella)


  1. Paula Badosa vs Belinda Bencic. (Charleston)
  2. Nuria Parrizas Diaz vs Arantxa Rus. (Bogota)
  3. Aliona Bolsava vs Sara Errani. (Bogota)
  4. Garbiñe Muguruza vs Yulia Putintseva. (Charleston)
  5. Caty McNally vs Paula Badosa. (Charleston)
  6. Yulia Putintseva vs Danka Kovinic. (Charleston).
  7. Harmony Tan vs Lara Arruabarrena. (Bogota)
  8. Asleigh Barty vs Paula Badosa. (Charleston)


Nikola Mijotevic. Quite disconcerting, it carries a type of psychology deep inside as if everything were by inertia but without intention, an internal containment of a double-edged sword, because it will take away your concentration, attention, which takes you away from that self-love, or identity. own to transmit, towards oneself, with certainty a lot of relationship with the game between lack of self-esteem and dynamics of confidence or self-confidence, on base or off base. Technically, the forehand is very high, difficult to get the tip of the racket well and has the necessary intention with a good point of impact, volley to drop the ball in excess.

Carlos Alcaraz.Psychologically I see him very accelerated, that is, an objective acceleration of marking every detail in the same thousand seconds, that excess of impulse which makes the whole body disconnect from the presence, in addition to a load of tension, possible injury without seeing it. I do not know if it is a new fashion or resource, to position yourself almost as if you were playing doubles, right is the cleanest thing you can throw something else, on the reverse hold your body a little more not turning so much, in both you have to win more consistency, the split plus body and hip balance, it is not always necessary to perform it, not being so robotized or excessively much above the size of your hips, which not only makes you reach the ball a little later, but is not nothing beneficial on a physical level, it is the same position that he takes while waiting for the rest, nothing but nothing good for the hips,

Taro Daniel.Psychologically the sensation of seeing a player cloistered in himself, without identity, or joy in the trip and obviously in the game, as an assimilation in the company of resignation and surrender on his own limits, marking with routine, its becoming, when its own level can be raised, that narrows every field of action, making spaces routine without belief. Technically especially, the abruptness with the movements of his body, not to make turns and clean accompaniments, a high load to the body, which leads him to the electricity to try to arrive with more hopelessness than faith, the split is too nailed and pronounced knee, which does not help in movements or avoidance of injuries, in general or a but in attitude and aptitude,

Feliciano unknown and disconcerting noise, everything in excess has its cons, but in the end and despite this, that anticipation leads the body to respond and the risk of injury is almost nil. Technically it would be presumptuous to add nothing, simply more power of intention in freedom, but that is also a consequence of what was explained above.

Alejandro Davidovich. Psychologically open the mind much more especially in details that it does not expect as an option but that in the end generate a certain retention, internal coercion in turn precipitations, to relativize, to turn the option around without leaving the moment, which allows more regularity, what provokes seeks more external impulse than internal, limiting decision-making and spatial amplitude. Technically, the split is very subtle, which allows him to always have good positioning and arrival, in the groundstrokes, forehand and backhand, the ball enters a lot, a certain thousandth of waiting that limits him to take the tip of the ball much more. the racket, which makes him look for other resources but restrained in the final intention, which makes him be impractical and lose a great consistency at the same time being consistent.

Damir Dzumhur. Psychologically an assumed emotional charge generating a sense of “irreial” inner attack to the point that it occupies a piece of space, the example is how at the end of the game, it was the first reference that he told Davidovich, he still had it there inside , occupying its space of psychological noise (what that implies), there I would go into other details to be personal and for education and consideration I will leave it out. Technically a split somewhat above his body size, which is really not only an injury handicap, a certain late arrival to a more optimal point start in terms of constancy, my feeling is that the supports in all the strokes do not go to the pair the size of your hip, that in balance and balance has its affectation, apart more on the reverse than on the right, wait in excess,

Albert Ramos. Psychologically unfocused, overlapping of objectives or targets, which can lead to mind-body miscoordination, creating a certain mental turmoil due to excess information in a short space of time, generating a few breaths of soothing intentions with rashes and facial drying. Technically, in the reverse, he is excessively somewhat forced without pulling the core to get more hips, achieve more speed and depth, it costs him too many points. Technically, on the right, it generates a very X-shaped preparation turn (x) that leaves it somewhat closed, which allows the ball to enter a little and no longer have the same speed, direction and depth that could place for a consistency ( not to be confused with being consistent) of said blow, on the other hand it is much cleaner on the reverse, On the other hand, with the supports, some problem is generated to get the racket even more, and on the split also well above the hip, which is always counterproductive at a physiological level, that at least does not have so much jump, a lesser evil since the impact to support would be of brutal incidence, again and again. (This last advice is valid for any player in favor of health on and off the court).

Ricardas Berankis. Psychologically slowed down emotionally from the warm-up, which makes you slow to move without going in unison body-mind, light, a disconnection in execution of the desired through the general congestion. Technically there is a general trend in my opinion on the issue of supports, starting with the split, it is somewhat exaggerated as well as wide well above the size of your hips, which leads to imbalances, on the right it manages to balance it well, but in the reverse, although it tends to abuse the scissor position, really with all the muscle mass achieved in the gym-based legs, it is totally obsolete because there is no lever anywhere, which makes it have very little consistency, especially more prominent in said backhand blow.

Pablo Carreño Busta. Psychologically it generates a certain rectitude which indicates the need for external anchors, however at the same time, a certain variability, which allows it to generate a certain analysis, relativizing, which helps in the benefit in the use of intelligence, also signifying a capacity Adaptive to raise the map far from its rectitude, since it will know how to analyze and integrate them perfectly, the greater the independence I consider that the more it will grow tenísitca speaking, seeing more spaces than preset or thought, being even more dangerous. Technically, especially with the groundstrokes, it would indicate that it remains somewhat nailed, being able to look for the ball later, taking the racket much more with a little more space, so as not to lose so much initiative sometimes too fast.

Mario Vilella Martinez. Psychologically sensation of an adrenaline tornado with varied peaks very deep, a washing machine in full boil, on the one hand that gives a lot of intimidation, personality, search without conformism, but on the other hand it leads you to short-circuit, to maximum madness without patience, that It is detrimental in emotional management and in identifying teaching, in the real representation of the essence, that it can be reflected more in tennis, apart from bursting one more physiologically speaking. Technically I consider that he has a great technique in all the blows, but I will point out the right one usually stays with the body far back, subtracting speed, handling and depth, well in the split not so aggressive, more natural, after all a consequence of all the body overload that he introduces to himself, without pressure from anyone else.

Ilya Ivaska. Psychologically somewhat impatient, restless, looking through looks for some reference or action. Technically, a detail that catches my attention are the supports, starting with the split, with open groin-knees, something counterproductive in every way, physically and tennis, since it reduces reaction, but also the rest of the supports in each shot, They are not at all solid in the balance and transfer weight, which detracts from cleanliness, power and handling.

Daniel Evans. Altered psychology, that is to say the noisy need in incipience, which allows comings and goings, external hooks, but without letting go completely, obviously has its benefits and harms, the issue is where we set the bar for balance, because at peak times you will lead to a blocking agony. Technically, the movements of the feet, the opening is exchanged a lot, not generating good support, imbalances, consequent hip damage, on the right he waits a bit, when it comes to taking it out a little cleaner.

Lorenzo Mussetti. a long continuous repetition base will become a problem, similar cases even in different strokes, raonic for example, another. A detail to highlight is the split as well as its preparation for the rest, an excessive opening, which takes not only time, but the most dangerous at the health level, to generate dunks to be solved with more or less abrupt movements, which I at least I do not share thinking in the long term and on the serve in the backward tilt the supporting leg suffers too much unnecessary tensor whiplash as in the long term it will be a serious problem.

Jaume Munar. Psychologically he is in apprehension, something like a balloon that is inflating air but without a hole through which to be expelled, this generates a respiratory distress, not good, also seeing that he has exceeded in weight, which that nutritional part is another reflection more than not It helps the psychological part, in the end it is a consequence of each other, which in matches of maximum intensity and length of time, will go very against them, apart from that at the health level it will not be a great help. Technically, especially forehand (although also in the backhand) and short balls, it is thrown high above the balls, without space to take out the racket, an unorthodox resource of lifting it upwards with a lot of loss of speed, as well as in the serve it makes a certain curvature with the arms, with the use of the hips (recalling in less exaggeration Andy Murray) contrary to healthy muscles, which prevents you from generating more strength with it.

Fabio Fognini. At this point we all have an idea of ​​what we see on the track, not of what his person is in essence, there are always many related aspects, apart from the different priorities. The complaint and what accompanies it according to character and psychological interiors, is something that has always accompanied that psychology of excess noise not loving calm, many details could be discussed knowing the human being, the other would be missing the I respect and education. Technically it gives the feeling that you can do and place where you want, dominate, but the whole of being makes you make mistakes or let yourself be carried away without impulse or intention, a walk contrary to the essence of the whole.

Norbert Gombos. Psychologically certain accelerative madness, which makes him rush, compensating for the lack of meaning with a greater pressure of force, as well as an intimidating communication towards the rival, to mentally dislodge him, which sends himself an escape message without being conscious in the intelligent use of all the senses, which allows a search for space present but not visible from said focal panorama. Technically with the split he makes an excess of jump which leads to dislodging in the blows, in the reverse he hooks without removing the tip well to tilt the body forward thus avoiding turning the whole body in excess, which makes him lose a lot consistency with said blow.

Laslo Djere. Psychologically, I see him slowed down a bit, what remains in his mental agility, action-reaction, in the end everything leads to frustration, loss of emotional control and even search for external guilt. Technically somewhat stiff on the reverse, on the right certain body dislocations which make it impossible to get the ball more cleanly, the whole set leads to phases of comings and goings in terms of consistency of blows and leading to being intensely consistent in rhythms and play.

Kwon Soonwoo. Psychologically linear, without criteria or pause, which limits him in mental agility, perception of immediate options, limiting the power of intelligence, needing to clean up all those rough edges in some way, the whole set subtracts visualization and empowerment in the rest of the senses. Technically, in the serve, the weight transfer leg makes a dangerous contrast at the health level, which then makes it not go up as much as it could, in the reverse the gesture towards impact is very dry without accompaniment, and in the split very square, somewhat above the size of your hip and nailed in reaction-movement, which will mean a great unnecessary muscle overload, the right is the one that has something cleaner although there are always little details to deal with.

Casper Ruud. Psychologically disordered with an open gaze without focus or focus to place, which implies internal disconnections as well as a search for external impulses or self-convictions, pushing between uneven levels of peaks, something that is or will be totally inconsistent at the end of the path with nerves and stress imposed with low energies. Technically in the split I opened a lot, more than necessary, losing a lot of initiative, also nothing healthy at the health level, in the right excess entry which has to look for body recoil and turns with the body to give it depth without losing too much speed In the serve he has a problem with the supports, when going to the knees each one to the side, losing balance to launch himself well up, in some way to gain consistency.


Paula Badosa. Psychologically I already mentioned details last week, he enters the games with a lot of emotional charge, excess of non-existent stress in the form of anguish, bitterness, having to look for excessively forced breaths (if he does not reach other types of pathologies before), that makes the body collapsing and going against the current of itself, a very dangerous electricism mistaken for activation. Technically with the right it allows it to be very aggressive since it has it cleaner despite letting it in a little and not using all the body balance to generate a greater transfer of force which will allow more speed to the ball, even a more handling directional, and with respect to the other way around, this false grip in his case is a huge handicap, not only because physiologically I do not see anything beneficial, but because they almost come out very pumped,(In the match with Barty she did show some different details, in view of the results, and even if she had lost, which was not the case, it is a sign of fighting to surprise herself, while still losing her smile on the court, which is the most important detail).

Belinda Bencic. Psychologically very emotionally retained which makes you a total body mind uncoordination, creating deceptive moods and the ease of falling into anger, discomfort as a way of reactivation, but to the detriment of being consistent (not to be confused with constancy). Technically the split is very commensurate with its size, in addition to being subtle, at the backhand level it makes a certain arch with the arms, which leads to not making an energy transfer, but above all an avoidable posterior muscular expenditure and forcing-overload, but in this case it is not something serious that could lead to a certain trigger in the long term to anticipate adjustments, being the blow that gives more initiative, at least in what I saw, instead with the right, it enters a little, with no good or enough tilting, the consistency here is noticeably reduced.

Laura Arruabarrena. Psychologically, my perception is of absent states, attached to a linearity that is usually accompanied by a mockery of itself, a situation that can be seen as positive, depending on the monitoring of results but above all depending on the development of consciousness in the present situation, the actions to correct, because otherwise they will become habits that limit all performance, they are gestures as subtle as they are basic in the information that our brain is receiving, changing the direction of the final result, not confusing all this with sympathy, pleasantness or good vibes, the information goes between socks, in the end you paralyze not only the legs, but also the brain-mind. Tennisically speaking, since the right locks the weight back a bit, which makes the ball slow down,

Jasmine Paolini. Psychologically agonizing, excessive body-brain weight, means that any sustained step or goal weighs you tons, it is a backpack with excess emotional components that will end up residing in some areas of the body, nothing positive either in health or in representing your essence outside, in in this case with tennis, the ball gets bigger without letting it breathe. Technically, although I saw little of the game, on the right it remains somewhat hooked with a certain arching, and on the backhand catch the ball a little further ahead, taking advantage of all the resources, but not being excessively high, taking advantage of all the energy of the body, something optimal for all your strokes.

Nuria Parrizas Diaz. Psychologically with excess of hyperactivity, a revolutionized electricism that works for and against, and in the end it will create an excess physiological load in many cases unreal that camouflages the emotional origin, obviously this has repercussions in many aspects, starting with an internal flagellation, an “unreal” fatigue of a constant push that pays its cost, this in tennis also has its repercussion .. Tennisistically I feel that with the right he gets too involved, not achieving the same initiative as with the backhand, then the pause game, props and sensitive intelligence, in the end also a derivation of the psychological part.

Arantxa Rus. Psychologically actively nervous, restless, which is not the same as passing nerves, it still acidifies it more, they generate certain movement blocks, prolonged uncoordination and sinking without visual direction. If we speak tennis I feel that both in the serve and in the right, the wrist lock has an existential weight in the development in humble opinion, in addition it does not accompany with a tilting of the body as it remains excessively rigid.

Aliona Bolsava. Psychologically it carries a significant apprehensive load with disorientation, reaching a respiratory apprehension, close to anxiety if it is not, leading to ups and downs without identifying mark, internally recognizing and taking out, a cleaning that allows you to play much more tennis, be consistent, free and enjoy without aim. Technically not digging into the split, more natural, smooth and healthy, reverse not waiting or letting the ball meanwhile it pretends to just turn the body too much, all loss of consistency, the forehand has a similar problem.

Sara Errani. Psychologically it is entering a very high gear, well above the rhythm of the dynamic and psychological, which generates excess electricity, clouding the senses leaving them to intuition or inertia, which means irregularities in decisions-actions. Technically, I am surprised by the serve with a certain tray, which leaves him with very little power and consistency, having to unfold the psychological effort already high at the root, plus that of the rival player, plus the dynamic of the match itself, (such as the serve from below that he performed several times in the game against Bolsava), another technical detail for me to highlight is the right, as the body holds less and does not take out the tip so much, since the ball enters too much, in the end exeso pumping.

Garbiñe Muguruza. Although I already spoke details last week, psychologically distressing, with an excess load that leads to cloud spaces and natural accompaniments, that translates into inconsistencies and a high risk of injury, if I write it before, it happens before, I wrote this text during the first set with Yulia, right in the second set medical assistance and withdrawal .. Technically … spaces with the ball, hitting it with more separation and taking out the racket more, something already commented last week, everything also in relation to the part psychological. * Premonitory anecdote? The day before Yulia’s game, while Badosa was playing, they focused on her by stretching first and then doing work with the physio / trainer … I saw details that I told myself oops ……. and up to date next ….. I already warned last week …”It’s easy to anticipate when you can read the details …”

Yulia Putintseva. Psychologically with a great emotional lack of control, a high psychological noise without looking inside with absolute internal and external decomposition, creating a “fictional” hypertension, which leads her to detach from any sense of presence in turn of herself and her tennis, Just as that swelling of “rage” for calling him in some way can turn with permission of other circumstances into something in his favor, but it is a risk that will not always play in his favor, too high and unnecessary. Technically in the split a little over the size of his hip, excessively electric, which leads him to wrap excessively with the body without turning well with the hips, leaving the body behind, especially with the right, losing a lot of consistency,

Caty McNally. Psychologically in perception of disorder, chaos which leads to precipitation, to a burden of one’s own and of others, something like a blind walk, without knowing where we are getting, that lack of cleanliness, calm and judgment leads to imbalances that over time can sharpen in all respects. Technically, in the split he hits a very unnatural and excessively marked jump, in addition to being physiologically counterproductive, it takes away reaction time, continuing with the marking issue, especially with the right it is somewhat marked which makes it predictable.

Danka Kovanic. Psychologically, in an organizational state, what it leads can generate a state of excess pause, as it needs to handle every detail, especially more exterior than interior, on the other hand, well used it is a reinforcement in consciousness and development towards steps forward, but badly used it will take you to a blind stress component with anguish and retention of movements. Technically, as for the split, he squares it a bit, the whole issue of supports goes unbalanced without consistency, which for example with the right the body does not balance according to the ball, with the backhand if it manages to balance something else, which allows it something of more consistency but almost always without clear initiatives.

Harmony Tan. Psychologically speaking, it really lives up to its name, a quite harmonious, extra-calm psychology, or at least that is the initial appearance, that later becomes an internal noise that slowly enters, bothering, etc. In the end, changing the self-concept for apathy, an extra-fatigue that does not exist but that limits movements, lacking intensity, strength, attachment, everything that seemed initially good turns against due to erroneous dissociation or fear of facing some detail. Tennisically speaking, the right goes in a lot, pulling up to get it out but very straight with almost no hip twist, which always means they come out very loose and shallow, with the reverse if the body tilts more, even with the arms and rackets somewhat glued to the body, which prevents dynamics and consistency,

Asleigh Barty. Although I already commented on details last week, psychologically it seems that it does not show signs, through that rigidity or firmness, although they are less noticeable, it is noticeable, the need for everything to be akin to what is desirable, to the belief, when it is twisted, complaints subtle, each external factor annoys, there is no patience or tranquility, it is played more with anger than with internal, when it is one of the ones that uses the most intelligence on the court, and takes more advantage of all the resources that tennis offers. Technically he serves his weakest point, by making a certain swing that takes away all power, the right well placed is a demolishing hammer, the reverse cut making it more in extension and accompaniment would be a better one that would benefit him, not as plumb as now, in details. (That if Paula raised a very interesting game).


It is better to say the details, because I am going to highlight three details:
1 . Carlos Alcaraz: In the match between Pablo Carreño Busta and Mario Velilla Martinez, in one of the corners, I think that also because Mario is from the academy, Juan Carlos Ferrero took Carlos Alcaraz and reseto the team to witness the game, the feeling was one kind of a formative lesson for my namesake, also very intelligently as effective, however the detail came almost at the end, when they asked him something about it, then my namesake was agitated in the answer. box office, hahaha), that bodily reaction with his response has two visions:

1. Sample of character, personality with the ability to dialogue being firm to himself.
2. Sample of loss of emotional management, more awareness of space and listening … I am not talking about the active, because it is another story.

In my opinion, in that situation both options were mixed ….. there I leave it … other details are only known by those involved, the rest is lack of education.

2. The Muzzles , the truth is ridiculous, harmful and surreal, especially more bleeding in the ball boys / girls, in Miami they were muzzled, just looking at the chest area, it gave chills, in Sardegna, Bogotá and Sardegna the same, It is true that in Marbella, the ball boys / girls do not wear it … the line judges are somewhat the same, and to round out the ridiculous thing about the chair judges, they go upstairs without a muzzle, but when they have to go down down to see some boat, you see how the way to the boat, or even while they kneel about it they are still putting it on, an absurdity like the dirt and sweat that will take from the removable game. The ATP and the WTA could already have personality and criteria.

* Comment that all the analyzes are made with the maximum intention of helping, providing an amplified psychological awareness, a recovery of concepts, and a disinterested love in contributing my grain of sand enhanced by working together with a group or willing human being. to mutual learning and expansion. Any objection, or argumentation, always available to dialogue with absolute happiness as the treatment between human beings should be.

* Remember that the interpretations are yours, always look for questions never answers.

Faithfully with affection,
A lover & respectful of the values ​​and spirits of whatever sport but specially The hidden on tennis .