One of the keys to success in life is the passion for what is done, a way of existence that leads to personal fulfillment and that in the case of a mentor, transmits not only knowledge to his disciples, he also leaves a legacy in the psyche of each being with that distinguished way of transmitting love for work.
With his feet on the track, fully immersed in his daily work after many years traveling the world in the professional circuit, Pablo Lozano works with his supervised at the Academy together with his great accomplice in this mission, José Altur, a house in the that is preached by example and where the tennis player is injected with energy from illusion and conviction.
“I’m a sweet guy and I understand that we can work hard every day without giving up happiness”, confessed Lozano at the outset in a special talk with friends from industriadeltenis.com. “I recognize that I really enjoy everyday life, I do what I love and that I want to convey to the players of our Academy,” added who spent more than twelve seasons with Sara Errani in the WTA.
To go far and stay on top you must always have clear ideas, defined objectives that mark the route with high precision. High-performance sport not only demands physical abilities from mythological figures, it also demands enormous mental prowess to handle every moment, a sphere that the director of the Academy knows very well. “Players must play by heart, trained to face the stressful situations of high competition. You can only be successful if you are faithful to your tennis DNA”, he remarks.
With his background, Pablo Lozano not only shares his wisdom with the players who make life at Club Deportivo Saladar, his colleagues, and himself, are nourished by each daily talk, each coffee, each meal in which they can exchange experiences for the benefit of all. “A professional player knows more about tennis than you and does not always give you his credibility,” he details before revealing that moment in which he decides to intervene in his practice session. “I wait for the moment when he gives me a stand and asks me, I never impose, I only share my opinion. We only dedicate ten minutes to a pre-game talk, then I always help him stretch and if he wants we dedicate ten minutes to the post-game. Then, it was over, the party ceased to exist for us , adds the director.
One of the harshest truths in tennis is that defeat is always guaranteed, even for the best players in the world. Knowing how to deal with sports disappointments for so many weeks a year is a delicate task and one that you have to know how to handle. A fact that Pablo leaves in the conversation is a statistic that impresses in his working relationship with the Italian, Errani, who celebrated eleven championships in 450 weeks as a professional Top 100 and Top 10.
“The defeat does not matter so much, as I do lose”, he synthesizes confirming that in “moments of maximum tension, we abandon the plan, I let their instinct guide them to play as little badly as possible”. His communication with his students is consensual and seeks to transmit calm for those who fight on the court against the current in this sway of emotions that white sport gives with each ball that is played.