Have you ever been worried that you might embarrass yourself when you are out on the court, if you have a bad day and don’t play as well as you know you can?

Or maybe you’re worried that you will lose to someone that you know should beat?

Just so you know, you are not alone… I had that experience back in 1997 when I played in the 2nd round of US Open against Michael Chang.

And in this video, I share the exact moment where it all went wrong for me in that match, and how you can learn from my mindset mistake.

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