have the feeling

have the feeling

To have a sense that something is true or real despite a lack of evidence. I got the feeling that she was mad at me, but I don't know what I did wrong.
See also: feeling, have

get/have the ˈfeeling (that...)

feel that something is true although you have no direct knowledge or facts: I get the feeling that he’s got another girlfriend somewhere.Have you ever had the feeling that you were being watched?
See also: feeling, get, have
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If I am here in a press conference in one week, maybe I will say another thing because I will have the feeling that I will play a few matches, and if I'm able to win that couple of matches, then probably I will have little bit more rhythm, I will have more confidence.