Tennis
Tennis

As a urological surgeon, Dr. Saeid Shamsian was responsible for treating patients with conditions such as kidney stones, trauma, and infection. S. Shamsian, MD, also treated patients for infertility, impotence, and cancer of the bladder, prostate, and kidney. During his leisure time, Saeid Shamsian, MD, enjoys various hobbies, including tennis.

In tennis, the myth that “You must believe in order to succeed” is prevalent. To win championships, tennis players should believe that they deserve to win. They must play without doubting themselves and try to forget that their nerves may get the best of them.

Coaches instill this belief in their players. Serena Williams is one such player. She is one of the sport’s biggest believers and also won by outsmarting and outlasting her opponents on the court. The world titles she won, including like the Australian Open, the French Open, and Wimbledon, attest to this.

Unlike her, her fellow players, Flavia Pennetta and Roberta Vinci, did not believe in the Final Cup. They aspired to other goals instead, for instance, seeking to be the best players in Italy. In a surprising turn of events, Vinci won the Grand Slam against Williams at the US Open. Pennetta lost to Williams, but seeing her friend Vinci’s trophy changed her mind about believing in tennis miracles.

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