Regarding Milos' plans, Tennis Canada is reporting that he goes to Tashkent, skips Seoul and then closes the season with St Peterburg.
I agree with those who say it is unrealistic for him to get into the AO main draw, but I think he has been kind of busy recently and so probably hasn't had as much time as us to do the math.
But he has a good shot at getting himself seeded for qualies, which is great. I would also be pleased to see him get into the top 150, which is within easy reach. When I heard over the summer that his goal for the year was to get into top 150 I thought he had been absurdly ambitious, and he was acknowledging by then that he was behind schedule. But boy has he made up for it recently.
are you reffering to this twitter post?
Next week he plays a 125K Challenger in Tashkent, then the ATP event in St-Petersburg
I don't know how much i would trust that twitter account, during the rogers cup it was getting all kinds of facts wrong. it is a legitimate account of someone involved with tennis canada(Melissa her name is actually, she was running chats with some of the pros during the rogers cup), but she didn't seem too informed. As for the season ending with St. petersburg, the post say nothing about that, just say he'll play Tashkent, and st. petersburg, doesn't refer to anything after that but that's because none of the other entry lists are out yet. Personally I think he'll play Tashkent, Seoul, St. Petersburg(if he does really well in the challengers before i think he may choose to skip this), and then maybe 1 or 2 of the american challengers to end the season.
I got 2 go, time to watch the maple leafs beat up on the habs