haas was 2 points from robbing the 2009 french open from federina,
hewitt humiliated roddick in 2005 and again in 2012.
natural tennis players don't need slams to trouble
so-called super opponents.
there's brian baker, who was told that he deteriorated
for 5 years. now, it's clear that he's just as
good as the current top 5 players.
his only weaknesses are his aggressiveness & fear of emotional and physical
there were top 3 players that never learned to
avoid losing mental stability or physically fitness.
it doesn't matter if they won 1 or 16 slams,
it's more embarrassing
that bigger servers with better forehands couldn't
win on clay and high-bounce hardcourts.
federer, despite success against 25 year old mediocre athletes,
couldn't handle it when 20 year old nadal and djokovic
read his serve & forehand,
when djokovic improved a little, his bad tennis beat federer.
when federer won some of the 2006 through 2010 events,
he needed help from the crowd, the distracting media
propaganda & easy draws. no wonder he loudly said
djokovic was A "JOKE" & "unimpressive" in 2006.
he claimed that you should try to play even if you're
unable to move and he thought djoker "deserved" to lose when he
struggled to breathe in the roddick match; no wonder fed loved telling the
djokovics to shut up and waved the finger at the french open.
he broke his racket when djoker broke his game down in miami 2009.
he claimed djoker won in the windy weather because he threw a few errors less.
he couldn't believe berdych controlled him in his wimbledon kingdom
and then an injured djoker made "a trick shot" again in the 2011 us open.
in the 2009 wimbledon final, funny how fed said he knew roddick was beatable when
he didn't break roddick. however, it didn't bother him when roddick, nalbandian or haas
cancelled matches and didn't try in the middle of matches
Change the treatment your receiving, heck maybe even try other shrink as well, this one is doing a lousy job.