How is it a mind game when it is clearly a weakness on both parts? If anything, it's a known fact. Saying it aloud doesn't make it any different. Anyway, Andy will frustrate and cause more errors on Harrison since he's decided to play aggressive (there's no other way though) and that will lead Harrison to lose it. Andy can simply do it for fun or if he's in a hurry he himself can play aggressive. This all remains to be seen. Personally, I don't see Harrison losing it because he just can't afford it against a top player. His temper should be in check even if he finds himself losing 0,0,0.
There's no need to make it more spicy and controversial when the matchup itself is interesting enough. That’s a bad attempt. You should have just posted the whole article.
"I know he’d like to win the first [Grand Slam title] for British tennis in, what is it, 150,000 years,” Federer joked in a post-match interview. “The poor guy has to go through those moments over and over again.” (Roger Federer)
Now THAT Emma, is what I would refer to as 'mind games' , to the letter in fact.
is what I say to it!