While certain athletes can dominate consistently and close the game out during clutch time, there are others who lack the keen instinct to make the right decision when it matters most.
From last-second fumbles and interceptions to blown saves in the ninth, these players can't seem to contain their eccentric inability to win the game.
Stats are irrelevant when the game doesn't end in a victory.
Performing for three quarters, eight innings or just two periods doesn't get the job done in professional sports, and these athletes are learning that the hard way.
While Roger Federer has choked lately against Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, and Serena Williams blames everyone else for her losses, they just missed the cut for having consistent success in clutch moments throughout the rest of their careers.
Here are the biggest end-of-game chokers in sports.