I agree that's the answer I purposely left out . When we showed up to the OB this year we were ranked 633 in the ITF's my player knew all these guys ,in his first round against the kid from Japan he said "this guy is solid " and he was but as soon as My player knew he own the guy you could see him relax and cruise in the 3rd set for the win , then when he played the no.6 player in the world they split sets and between the 2nd and 3 rd I ask him what he needed to do ? his answer kinda blew my mind " go after him take the ball right to him he cant keep up with me " Right there I saw his belief he went on to dismantle this poor kid and left him on the court crying ! When we were heading down there he looked at the ITF's and the players like they were something real special after he played them he said being no.1 in the ITFs would mean me traveling but I know I could get it done pretty fast . It really comes down to the mind once you have the skills and the more you play the more your mind retains as you mature .