It's frustrating when you know what you have to do but are unable to consistently execute. I've certainly had that experience before and it's a way worse feeling than simply getting hit off the court.Sean went in with the wrong attitude. He should have portrayed himself as the underdog and said he looked forward to the challenge of playing GSG who has a winning record in usta matches in an area known for quality tennis players. He should have been trying to take the pressure off himself. Easier said than done but he needed a much more positive attitude. He acted like it's so demeaning to lose to GSG.