If he had used 99% of his brain, he wouldn't have carelessly thrown away games because he wanted to finish a match quickly. Very childish.
He will fire
Mr. 'I'm Proud to Boast that I Was Kicked Out of My Son Zack's Tennis Match' Gilbert
866. One day, just maybe, he'll really care about winning each tournament.
Half-assed efforts are pathetic.
867. "I had a bad game" will not come out of his mouth.
868. He will not be negatively affected by what other players and people say
869. He'll realize that his success's impossible with poor scheduling
870. He won't be a human backboard that always plays tiebreaks
871. He'll be a more serious player. Self-deprecation can be too much.
872. He'll see that his preparation determines the outcome of most matches.
873. He won't humiliate himself with bad attitude and bad training
874. He'll won't let others
give excuses for his failures
875. He won't let others hype him so much that tennis fans hate him even more
876. He can eat normal food. He knows he doesn't the "thin gene."