Originally Posted by Henry Chinaski
His results suggest top 100 is an attainable goal. Not sure about how much weight his status as double NCAA champion will hold but it should be good enough to get him a few wildcards in MM US hardcourt events.
Last year there was no evidence of any respect to him in the US -- he got no wildcards at all (zero), was denied a US Open qualifying wildcard etc. Whereas historically kind of player (multple NCAA champion etc) would
And it's not like his early Pro results weren't encouraging, he won 27 consecutive matches from the start of 2008, winning three US futures with scorelines like 6-1 6-2 and then qualifying for and winning his first challenger (Lexington).