Everything from the double fault of partner to the bad attitude of the opponent, can make you so mad that you will just want to hit a ball as hard as you can. But, this is not the right frame of mind of a good tennis player. If you think this attitude is ok, then it's time to take a break.

One can not play emotional tennis just for fun. Getting upset about a line call or your partner, and putting anger into the game won't help you anyways. But, it is true that some players play better after getting angry because they become more focused with this.

If you have a habit of getting angry during a match, than you should learn to control the anger. Taking it out on opponent or the referee, will give you a bad reputation in the tennis circle.

Have you ever banged the racket on your shoe because of being angry? If yes, then you have done nothing good besides injuring your toe.

We all know that whether it is junior or senior championship, emotions are often high during the game. Most of the times, the emotions are negative, which can not influence your game in a positive way. There are some players who do anything to win the game. This includes playing “mind game” to get the opponent so upset that he loses the concentration and the game as well.

When you are playing a game, make sure that you have a control over anger and emotions. Always remain calm, even at bad games and poor sportsmanship. With this, you will always run up against the player trying to make you loose your emotions. Remaining cool is the best defence. Don't show any emotion.

Remaining cool, calm and collected during the game allows you to be more focused. If you are able to avoid all the other “bad stuff”, you will have an edge on your opponent. There may be some players in the next court encouraging you over the score, but if you will react over the loud conversation, it will only distract you.

A player must know that gamesmanship and cheating are the part of a game. If not today, then it will happen to you on the some other time during the game, but don't increase the problem by getting angry. If it is still happening, then try to have a rotational conversation with the opponent or your partner to solve the problem before it changes to a heated argument.