Matt Roush says...
Timely in light of recent events in the sports world, and as the U.S. Open tennis tournament heads into its final week, the final installment of the sports docuseries profiles Mardy Fish, a rising tennis star a decade ago whose career was derailed by the crippling effects of severe anxiety disorder. When facing superstar Roger Federer as the No. 1-ranked American players at the 2012 U.S. Open quarterfinals, Fish’s anxiety under pressure led him to bow out, quit tennis and seek professional help. He’s now the U.S. Davis Cup coach with an important story to tell.