Mardy Fish is known as the last great American male tennis player. In 2010, he got himself into the best shape of his life and emerged as a force to be reckoned with, scaling the heights of the World Tour Finals in 2011 as the top seeded American player. Soon after, his anxiety began to swell and Fish tried to push through the mental strain at the 2012 US Open quarterfinals against Roger Federer. But an encroaching sense of dread and anguish was worsening by the day and everything came to a crashing halt. It would all start to unravel as something more sinister was starting to take over, his biggest battle, would be the one with himself.
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Under pressure to continue a winning tradition in American tennis, Mardy Fish faced mental health challenges that changed his life on and off the court.