Last night was the first time I've ever won a set being down 0-5. I had a match about 2 months ago where I was down 0-5 in the 2nd set and came back to level it to 5-5 before losing 7-5. So here is the game by game breakdown of the first set: 1 - Opponent serves great, nothing I can do. Getting used to a lefty serve is always tricky. 2 - Since he is a lefty I'm trying to get my kick 2nd serve into his backhand. I double fault twice. 3 - Float a few slice returns deep. Opponent wails on them. 4 - Get no first serves in, throw in another double fault. 5 - Again, top notch serving. No chance to win the game. 6 - I contemplate serving underhanded to end the misery. Then I calm down and realize that at least I want to serve first in the 2nd set, so let's win this game. Opponent plays a casual game, makes a few errors. 7 - This game, I'm focusing on driving my returns to hopefully return better in the 2nd set. Easy break as I return better. 8 - I get all my first serves in. Easy hold. 9 - This game is critical. If I break him, the set really turns around. After a tough game, I get the break. 10 - First serves are working again, but still not an easy hold. After I win this game, I tell myself that my work is not done. Don't be content with just getting even. 11 - At this point, my opponent's spirit is broken. Easy break. 12 - Easy hold. Can't believe I turned it around. Won the next two games in the 2nd set and after holding off a comeback attempt won it 6-4. One of my most satisfying comebacks for sure.