La derecha de Jeremy

La derecha de jeremy

Jeremy Pérez , jugador que había entrenado en su niñez durante unos tres meses, lo justo para aprender la técnica básica del tenis.

Este jugador , que jugaba con una empuñadura oeste extrema o extremísima, no tenía golpes ganadores, pero lo suplía ampliamente con un físico superior a la media, ( hay que saber que antes practicó fútbol de manera semiprofesional) una mentalidad brutal, y una táctica que era liftar y devolver todas las bolas posibles

.Con esto consiguió convertirse en la pesadilla de más de uno. Pero un día le dijeron que tenía que cambiar la técnica de su derecha para poder tener ese tan necesario golpe más agresivo .

De esto se encargó Gustavo Gutiérrez. Siete clases después salió con una derecha que le permitía mas variedad pero en la que evidentemente no tenía la confianza necesaria.

Tuvieron que pasar seis meses en los que se convirtió en su lado a explotar, en los que estuvo soportando el chaparrón y que le dieron fruto.

Una palabra para definir esto es paciencia. Sacrificio también , para obtener un mejor resultado, aunque haya que navegar en arenas movedizas entretanto.

De esto se trata el tenis, de intentar mejorar siempre y ser mejor que ayer.

Jeremy´s forehand

Jeremy Pérez, a player that had just trained when he was a kid for three months and just learned the basics on tennis

This player used a full western grip, and could not hit winners with his forehand, neither with his backhand, but he could handle many players because of his good phisical status(we must know that he was a proffesional football player) , his incredible mentality and his tactic that consisted in hitting with lots of top spin and return al the possible balls

With that he became the nightmare of a lot of people, that simply could not break his game appart. However , one day as he was told that she should change his forehand technique in order to get this agressive shot.

Gustavo Gutiérrez took the responsability. After seven lessons he had a forehand that allowed him to vary the depth and height, but he didn´t have confidence on it yet.

During six months, his forehand became his weak shot and everybody was trying to benefit from this, but Jeremy held on firm and became stronger

Two words come to my mind: Patience and sacrifice, to get better results, even if you have to suffer during the process.

This is what tennis is about, improving always and being better than yesterday.