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Mexico: Jecminek - Won R1 - 62 63 - Won R2 - 60 63
Greece: Peliwo - Won R1 - 60 61 - Won R2 - 61 63

Mexico: Krainek - Won R1 - 63 75

Spain: Diez - Won R1 - 61 64 - Lost R2 - WO
Guatamela: Pokrajac - Won R1 - 61 62 - Lost R2 - 62 36 62

Turkey: Richard - Lost R1 - 62 61
Greece: Di Feo - Lost R1 - 75 61
Guatamela: Vehovic - Lost R1 - 63 60
Egypt: Anderson - Lost R1 - 62 63
India: Stevenson - Lost R1 - 76 76
Sweden: Chvojka - Lost R1 62 60
USA: Belair - Lost R1 - 63 26 63

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Greece: Peliwo - Won R1 - 60 61 - Won R2 - 61 63 - Won QF - 76 70 - Won SF - 46 62 62

Mexico: Jecminek - Won R1 - 62 63 - Won R2 - 60 63 - Lost QF 64 46 64

Mexico: Krainek - Won R1 - 63 75 - Lost R2 - 16 76 64
Spain: Diez - Won R1 - 61 64 - Lost R2 - WO
Guatamela: Pokrajac - Won R1 - 61 62 - Lost R2 - 62 36 62

Turkey: Richard - Lost R1 - 62 61
Greece: Di Feo - Lost R1 - 75 61
Guatamela: Vehovic - Lost R1 - 63 60
Egypt: Anderson - Lost R1 - 62 63
India: Stevenson - Lost R1 - 76 76
Sweden: Chvojka - Lost R1 62 60
USA: Belair - Lost R1 - 63 26 63

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Upcoming Week

El Salvador: Pokrajac
Greece: Peliwo & Di Feo
Turkey: Richard
Spain: Diez
Mexico: Krainek & Jecminek

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I'm interested to see how Mylnikov will do the rest of this year.
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I'm interested to see how Mylnikov will do the rest of this year.
I know, he has taken a different path the where he is now than a lot of other players with his apparent ability.

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I know, he has taken a different path the where he is now than a lot of other players with his apparent ability.
What do you mean exactly?
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Greece: Peliwo - Won R1 - 60 61 - Won R2 - 61 63 - Won QF - 76 70 - Won SF - 46 62 62

Mexico: Jecminek - Won R1 - 62 63 - Won R2 - 60 63 - Lost QF 64 46 64

Mexico: Krainek - Won R1 - 63 75 - Lost R2 - 16 76 64
Spain: Diez - Won R1 - 61 64 - Lost R2 - WO
Guatamela: Pokrajac - Won R1 - 61 62 - Lost R2 - 62 36 62

Turkey: Richard - Lost R1 - 62 61
Greece: Di Feo - Lost R1 - 75 61
Guatamela: Vehovic - Lost R1 - 63 60
Egypt: Anderson - Lost R1 - 62 63
India: Stevenson - Lost R1 - 76 76
Sweden: Chvojka - Lost R1 62 60
USA: Belair - Lost R1 - 63 26 63
Just note of thanks for these updates here .... appreciated very much!

BTW, of the younger crew, who do you see with potential for making it in the top-100 at sometime in their career. I've followed Peliwo (has a chance) & Diez (long shot) somewhat, but not so much the rest. Any diamonds in the rough?
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Just note of thanks for these updates here .... appreciated very much!

BTW, of the younger crew, who do you see with potential for making it in the top-100 at sometime in their career. I've followed Peliwo (has a chance) & Diez (long shot) somewhat, but not so much the rest. Any diamonds in the rough?
Is Di Feo going to college? I think he could be a pretty good college player, like Monette if that's his route.

The other player that intrigues me, probably not from a top 100 point of view, but a much higher than currently ranked is Jecminek. He seems to always draw a seed and he plays them close and sometimes beats players ranked much much higher than him whereas, many of the other players lose badly the instant they play a decent player.

Looking at Antoine Richard is also interesting. He went from losing 6-0 6-0 in the first round of qualifying to making a bunch of main draws and playing close matches, and I think he is still 18 or 19.

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What do you mean exactly?
After winning whatever he won as a U16 he didn't play a lot of tournaments for a while, although I see that he has now. He has had some good results in Grade 1 events.

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Upcoming Week

El Salvador: Pokrajac - Won R1 - 67 62 75
Mexico: Krainek - Won R1 - 46 62 75

Greece: Peliwo
Greece: Di Feo
Turkey: Richard
Spain: Diez
Mexico: Jecminek

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yeah Di Feo probably has the best chance. At the beginning of this year he was probably exactly where Peliwo was last year, and Peliwo went on a nice run to make his future look good.

Di Feo didnèt win the AO juniors and obviously won`t have as good of a year but he could have potential to maybe make the top 100 later on his life if he improves well.

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Week of May 13th

Mexico: Jecminek - Won R1 - 60 60 - Won R2 - WO

El Salvador: Pokrajac - Won R1 - 67 62 75
Mexico: Krainek - Won R1 - 46 62 75
Spain: Diez - Won R1 - 61 64
Greece: Di Feo - Won R1 - 64 61

Greece: Peliwo
Turkey: Richard

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He won U16 Eddie-Herr. He trains a Bolletierri, as opposed to NTC. That's the only difference.
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Week of May 13th

Mexico: Jecminek - Won R1 - 60 60 - Won R2 - WO
Spain: Diez - Won R1 - 61 64 - Won R2 - 61 26 63
Mexico: Krainek - Won R1 - 46 62 75 - Won R2 - 62 75
El Salvador: Pokrajac - Won R1 - 67 62 75 - Won R2 - 76 76

Greece: Di Feo - Won R1 - 64 61
Greece: Peliwo - Won R1 - 63 60

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Great week for Canada so far.

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