Welzen Tennis Mindfulness App
Mindfulness meditation has been scientifically proven to change the brain for the better, enhancing areas related to focus, memory, creativity, and shrinking areas related to stress, fear, and anxiety. It only takes 5-10 minutes a day, it’s simple, fun and practical. You can do it anywhere, anytime.
Within the Welzen Tennis Meditation App, you’ll find different types of meditations and Mindfulness exercises specifically designed for tennis players. There are meditations that you can practice every day, and others to do right before a match so you play your best!
How is Welzen helping the team
Balancing Stress and Pressure
Mindfulness decreases “Cortisol” levels inducing a sense of calmness throughout the nervous system.
Calming Anxiety Before Matches
Mindfulness meditation reduces the grey-matter density in the brain which is related to anxiety.
Increasing Focus During Matches
Mindfulness meditators are able to suppress distracting information and activity much more efficient than other people.
Creativity and Decision Making
Mindfulness meditations for tennis has proven to increase divergent thinking, which is a primary driver for innovation
Venezuela’s Davis Cup Team
Yohny Romero – Team Captain
“I feel excited and honored to guide the national team in this journey” Romero is the former coach of the Venezuelan Fed Cup team, leading them to the top of Group 1.
Luis David Martinez
A Venezuelan tennis player. Martínez has a career high ATP singles ranking of 390 achieved on 10 February 2014. He also has a career-high ATP doubles ranking of 316 achieved on 3 November 2014.
Ricardo Rodriguez Pace
A Venezuelan professional tennis player. He achieved a career high ATP Ranking of World No. 298 on May 26, 2014.
A Spanish-Venezuelan tennis player. Muñoz Abreu has a career-high ATP singles ranking of 659 achieved on 20 October 2014. He also has a career-high ATP doubles ranking of 380 achieved on 13 October 2014.
Play on the ATP tour for two years. He reached his career highest ranking of 69 in the world as a junior, attending the Grand Slam in Wimbledon; and 824 on the ATP tour.