Despite it's a crappy thread i'd rather expect smth like that instead of him becomming top 10 next year as expected by many.
At least history has shown this kind of career development much more often than the sudden top 10 contender actually getting there soon enough.
A first round loss in AO to Mahut/Sela/Malisse or similar and the hype is over.
From now on he'll have to deal with high expectations, constant interviews, greedy agents, contracts with sponsors, shooting for sponsors, visiting zoos for sponsors, open training sessions, talk shows, money management, family getting crazy over the multi million future, specialists a la Wilander and McEnroe giving advices, coaches aproaching, tournaments proposing appearing fees, DC team asking full time dedication, Polish TA photo shoots for PR
, parenting junior tournaments, etc., etc.
These are many tasks he has no idea how to deal with and these usually suffocates youngsters like him, so unless he is a geniusly talented career manager - he's about to have hard times.
Wish him the best as he has potential to be a regular top 30 in 2-3 years.