• The finest athlete in the world, in any sport, on occasion, choke. We can develop substantial control over it, but we are never immune
  • Choking is a sign that I am out there, playing, taking a risk. That’s the only way I will ever learn to control it.
  • The more I fear choking, the more likely it is that I will experience it
  • What I do and become in sport is the result of me. My future is in my own hands.
  • Luck or fate rarely determines the outcome. I make my own breaks. Good luck – bad luck – it’s mostly a state of mind. If I think I’ll be lucky, I usually am.