To be fair to Petran his first 2 matches were against Balcork(Hell balcork wasn’t even playing his main and still stomped almost everbody) and Spinalblood(Who would easily and by a wide margin be the single best player in europe if he played the proper version of his character) which if it was anyone’s first introduction to the game would be intimidating as fuck because they are both scary good .
http://fightplay.fr/tournoi.php?num=1677 (This site is weird the pools go away after a while).
I know that a lot of people think that instantly being put up against really good players is good for new people but while there is a lot to learn from it can be very discouraging being just bashed into the ground.
There comes a point where the difference is too great for you to learn anything and you simply turn into a punching bag.
I personally think you should keep going and if you want to keep going with cammy there is a french player that goes by Max and a bunch of numbers if i remember correctly that plays a really good one you could try to spectate and ask some questions. Not everyone is those two and if you keep going and try playing against a lot of different players you will surely improve.
Use that tournament as a measuring stick as they are fairly frequent usually atleast once a week and see how far you can get in the next one and so on.
edit found his name: Max31