Switzerland’s tennis legend Roger Federer exemplifies what being competitive means in tennis. The Swiss player has proved his dominance on court with 20 Grand Slam titles and 103 career ATP titles. Being competitive means being motivated to win and dreaming of lifting the trophies. It means being a perfectionist and wanting to improve continually. It means controlling your emotions, and as Roger Feder says, not getting too overexcited. It means managing your fear of losing and managing battles in your head during times when things aren't going so well so that you believe that you can win even if you are not playing really well. It means gritting your teeth and hanging in there and finding a way to win.