I've been playing tennis for over 15 years. Like all players, I have my strengths and weaknesses. To me, my forehand and volleys are reliable while my backhand is not that consistent. My serves are mostly satisfactory. As my tennis activity takes place in my club with my cohort, for the rank of overall technical capacity in there, I may say that I am among the first three players which almost all friends say. (As I'll explain below, this statement does not include match results and does not have final importance, either.) While practising with friends (with the exception of two better players), I usually have good shots with a balance of at least 7 out of 10 towards me. (which means I'd win 70% of points if counted, my partners playing serious for sure) And now here is the dark side of the moon (or the chronicles of a chronic loser): During the matches, my shots got shrunk, I lose body rotation and hit mainly with my arm. If I try to make a complete stroke, the ball is usually far out of the baseline. I feel I hit funnily with an exagerrated wrist motion. I usually start the game better. Last night, I lost the match as first set was 3-0, 5-4 and 5-7; second set was 5-3 and then 6-7. I mean I adjusted my game according to my rival to lose. One of the club trainers who is a young fellow came and asked for the result. Then he said: "I thought, you'd win" as he is new to the club. And for years, after the matches I feel embrassed to tell the result to people who before the match told me that I'd easily win. I this time feel I'm closer to quitting my sweetheart tennis despite it means so much to me in my life. Anyway, I want to be able to play with complete strokes like I can do when training. I want to see the ball in the court after having done this. I don't want to see surprised people upon hearing my results. Are there people who could really put an end to the same situation? Need you valuable feedback. Thanks.