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Who is next young talent to join Murray, Nadal, Djok and Del P

name your own favorite.

Must be younger than 23 years old

Murray, nadal, Djok and Del P are future of tennis. They are already four of Top 5 and will continues to dominate for next 10 years.

Are Only this four or have another name to come?

GO Roger Federer, Nick Kyrgios, Borna Coric, Vasek Pospisil, Thomaz Bellucci, Kei Nishikori, , Milos Raonic, Jerzy Janowicz, Grigor Dimitrov, Dennis Novikov and Bernard Tomic

Thiem will be top three by Dec 2016
Borna Coric will be No 1 by Dec 2017
Nick Kyrgios will be No 1 by Jan 2018
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IMO in 3 years these players will be top 10:
Tomic, Bernard 1992
Dimitrov, Grigor 1991
Krajinovic, Filip, 1992



I am almost sure that these will not dominate but some of these players may reach top 20:

Nishikori, Kei 1989
Young, Donald 1989
Janowicz, Jerzy 1990
Evans, Daniel 1990
Del Bonis, Federico 1990
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Argie? ..
Andrea Collarini

Is the only one than i have seen with future..
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isn't Juan Martin the youngest top 100 player?

for what I've seen lately in Challengers events, most people are quite old (25+) and the supposed future "stars" have yet to make a breakthrough, all the great players of this time (Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray, Del Potro, Roddick, Gonzalez, Nalbandian, Safin, Hewitt, etc, etc, etc) were in the top 100 when they were 18 and have already started making noise (example: Federer took Rafter to 4 sets at RG when he was 17, you could say it was easy since it wasn't Rafter's best surface, but it was Roger's first pro GS match and the guy was still a young teen vs a GS winner )

people like Dimitrov, Krajinovic, Young have been a lot of dissapointment, they get thrown WC for events, lose in the first rounds, don't get enough match practise to build rhythm, get frustrated, etc

nothing better than get all the process from Futures to Challengers to ATP, playing all the Qualies and learning to deal with different issues that come around as they grow as players

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Both Collarini and Velotti have a very nice game but they need to play more profesional matches to show what oportunity they have to be good contenders.

On the other hand with almost the same age: Krajnovic, Tomic and Dimitrov are already showing their tennis at top level...
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Del Potro is not a talent. Please...
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isn't Juan Martin the youngest top 100 player?

for what I've seen lately in Challengers events, most people are quite old (25+) and the supposed future "stars" have yet to make a breakthrough, all the great players of this time (Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray, Del Potro, Roddick, Gonzalez, Nalbandian, Safin, Hewitt, etc, etc, etc) were in the top 100 when they were 18 and have already started making noise (example: Federer took Rafter to 4 sets at RG when he was 17, you could say it was easy since it wasn't Rafter's best surface, but it was Roger's first pro GS match and the guy was still a young teen vs a GS winner )

people like Dimitrov, Krajinovic, Young have been a lot of dissapointment, they get thrown WC for events, lose in the first rounds, don't get enough match practise to build rhythm, get frustrated, etc

nothing better than get all the process from Futures to Challengers to ATP, playing all the Qualies and learning to deal with different issues that come around as they grow as players
Nishikori is now #100 and he was bornt 29-dec-1989 so he is the youngest since this week but upto last week DelPo was the youngest which shows the huge difference between the top ones and the coming "stars"...


I agree that none of the coming players has done as well as Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Del Potro, Nalbandian or even any of the previous top 10. I am argentine and I remember Coria winning Viña in 2001 when he was very young...
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yes, the Fed generation is quite strong, in 1998 for example Gonzo, Roger and Nalby won RG, Wimbledon and the US Open Junior, there's Hewitt, Safin, Roddick, Gaudio, Coria, Ferrero as well

Rafa's generation isn't quite as strong, even if one could put him on the previous one because he peaked very young



6 GS winners on that picture, and they are all more or less from the same generation

I watched a challenger event not a month ago and the amount of old guns present was staggering, most players were more than 25 years old and it seems to be the norm, nowadays you don't see 17-18 year old guys playing these kinds of events, or at least the ones I've seen

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1 Federer, Roger
2 Roddick, Andy
3 Hewitt, Lleyton
4 Safin, Marat

5 Moya, Carlos
6 Henman, Tim
7 Coria, Guillermo
8 Agassi, Andre
9 Nalbandian, David
10 Gaudio, Gaston

top 10 2008 Year Ending:

1 Nadal, Rafael
2 Federer, Roger
3 Djokovic, Novak

4 Murray, Andy
5 Davydenko, Nikolay
6 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried
7 Simon, Gilles
8 Roddick, Andy
9 Del Potro, Juan Martin
10 Blake, James

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Nishikori is now #100 and he was bornt 29-dec-1989 so he is the youngest since this week but upto last week DelPo was the youngest which shows the huge difference between the top ones and the coming "stars"...
Čilić is 5 days younger then Del Potro
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Tsonga is talented.

Pony isn't.
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I love how Roddick has broken the mould and is wearing different shoes to the others in that picture

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Tsonga is talented.

Pony isn't.
Tsonga is 3 years older than him.

Don't get me wrong, I prefer Tsonga much more than Del Potro but obviously he is doing somthing right, his forehand is a great shot no matter what you say.

Also Del Potro is 3-0 vs. Tsonga. So what does that say? He has to be somewhat talented...

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Del Potro is not a talent. Please...
What happens with you? you are always against JMDP..
did y bet on him and he lost?
no way tsonga is more talented than JMDP
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Raonic could be one to watch, he's still developing his game but seems to be good

Tsonga is a flashy player, the one with ups and downs, can beat anyone one given day but can also lose to anyone as well, he's not very consistent headwise and sometimes risks too much and misses for a lot when it isn't needed

Maybe Juan Martin cannot make the same spectacular kind of shots, but he's been very consistent and is slowly grinding his place into the big leagues, he can be very patient when he wants to and has his head very well screwed for someone so young

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