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When I play and there is no one around, I play quite well and I don't miss very many balls. However, when I am playing in front of people, they make a lot of noise and I find it vey hard to concentrate. This causes me to hit the ball of the table and sometimes miss it completely. How do you please deal with a distracting audience? Please tell me.
Yours sincerely, Tahmid
Good to hear that you are playing well in training.
To transfer that your matches and to when there is a crowd you need to focus on your emotional level.
Focusing on the ball totally will be the simplest way, however that can be harder than it sounds.
Take a look at our series on Sports Psychology where you will find some interesting tutorials.
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