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Genres:
Documentary | Sport
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1280*714
Size:
735.02M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
68 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Chapman Way [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Tennis star Mardy Fish's battles with anxiety and mental health.

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Reviews

Lots of respect and love for Mardy.

Did anyone talk about mental health issues in the 90's be honest no, especially when the subject was a six foot plus bloke.

This series focuses on the mental health issues of Mardy Fish, fascinating to learn so much about him, his struggles, and this fascinating relationship with Andy Roddick. So much expectation on those shoulders, a world class player, sadly greatness is reserved for only a handful of players.

I do follow the ATP and WTA, and have since the early 90's, so much focus on mental health now, with what's happening to Naomi Osaka, and to some degree Emma Raducanu.

It was awesome to see so many faces from the past, amazing also to see that Roddick's serve didn't change all that much over the years.

Such an interesting watch, I will never forget that final against Federer.

Insightful, 9/10.

Breaking Point

This film was moving and so well told. Worth the watch.

Good sports doc.

I'm not a big tennis fan but this was still very enjoyable as someone who knows next to nothing about the sport and its players. Netflix's Untold series is really filling the 30 for 30 void for me since I have no way to watch it anymore. I just wish these episodes were grouped together for easier access -- I really don't understand the decision to split them up. What is this, a scavenger hunt?
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