Hello fellow TT Forum Members, I have quite the puzzle in my tennis game and I need you guys to see if you can solve it. About 6 months ago, I remember playing the absolute best tennis of my life. I was in the quarterfinals of this pretty big tournament (never got to the quarters in that big of a tournament before) and was playing lights out, in the 3rd set ;p. So after we split sets, I remember just telling my self to just give it my all. However, this seemed pretty "heart-breaking" when I quickly went down 5-0. 40-15. But somehow, despite this, something just triggered inside me. It felt if I had lost pretty much all thought of the match and really stepped into the "zone." I just stopped thinking, and my body was working it's magic on its own. Pounding balls side to side with "Federer-esque" finesse and precision. I was saving countless match points and reaching seemingless impossible shots. I turns out that I win this set and the match 7-5 in the third. My question is how can I replicate this moment or feeling? Since that time, not once have I measured up or come close to that feeling. After that match, my confidence probably quadrupled, but that still has not rekindled the fire that lit up inside me during that match. Over the course of the (maybe) hundreds of matches that I have played, only 1 time has that feeling taken place. So, can anyone, help me in my dilemma in search of that "perfect feeling?"