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Old Sep 26th, 2012, 04:32 AM   #25
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Re: Players that were major chokers but improved mentally.

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Originally Posted by hingisGOAT View Post
Henin is a great example. She choked all day every day.

Then during 2003 clay season, Henin put on 20lbs in literally the blink of an eye. Gave her more confidence, mentally very tough from that moment forward.
But she still looked to Carlos routinely though.
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