Of course he is. He would be about top 200 if it wasn't for the lay off he had in 2006 I think it was. He is a very good player and he will reach further up the rankings in time.
He had a lay off, went back to finish his degree at Stirling uni, and came back onto the tour late last year I think. He's won a few doubles challengers and he even got a couple of doubles rounds at Queens, which is why he withdrew from what was almost a guaranteed WC to qualies at Wimbledon.
Easily got the ability to be top 200.
Or a top 50 doubles player - but not sure where he'll focus his attention in the next while.