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Re: Nikola Milojevic - remember that name, best junior player of the world ATM

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OP is seriously jumping the gun and possibly setting himself up for some ridicule later on. There is a thread on Milojevic in Serbian players forum for discussing his eventual qualities and shortcomings. I expected of him to make some noise last year, but he didn't do anything of notice when it mattered the most - between RG and USO. Number one sounds good, doesn't necessarily mean a lot.
Everyone set themselves up for that on the day they made an MTF account and posted.

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Everyone set themselves up for that on the day they made an MTF account and posted.
You know what was meant there.
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Love this "this player will be goat" predictions. Dominating juniors means nothing, probably gonna be another Dimugtrov.
I didnt say he will be GOAT. I didnt even say he will be future #1. I just said he will be great player by my prediction and possible top 10 player.
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Re: Nikola Milojevic - remember that name, best junior player of the world ATM

He was great in U14 competition.
But in juniors, He didn't make any big result in his career. Any big win. Make just one QF of Slam for almost 18 year old guy isn't anywhere near result for big talent. All of his points are from Asia and South America.
He didn't even choose to play Orange Bowl scared of tough competition. Plus he didn't play any pro match yet. That's not way to become a good senior.
However, he must have a talent and he can become top 10. W e will see how big talent is he and what will be.

I do alot juniors and can say Quinzi is way best there. Pitty Borna Coric of croatia doesn't have money like Quinzi has because that kid was pure gold before. I don't fancy his chances too much now.
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I see Milojevic has six retirements on the junior circuit (which must be close to an all-time record) so at least we can say he is learning well from the Serbian pros on tour.
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funny looking guy, looks more like some hardcore rakija fan than a tennis player
Rakijas? No friggin' way. He looks more like funeral home director.


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I do alot juniors and can say Quinzi is way best there. Pitty Borna Coric of croatia doesn't have money like Quinzi has because that kid was pure gold before. I don't fancy his chances too much now.
Ah, what a difference 4 days make. Quinzi is out and Borna is in semis without dropping a set. Maybe you'll like to reconsider your opinion?
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so this GOAT junior LOST eh

nevermind, QF is a nice result

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I see Milojevic has six retirements on the junior circuit (which must be close to an all-time record) so at least we can say he is learning well from the Serbian pros on tour.
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does anyone know how many retirements Nole, Troicki, Tipsy, Jankovic and Ivanovic have between them?

i'd say well over 50
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funny looking guy, looks more like some hardcore rakija fan than a tennis player
put a harmonika in his hands
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Skips Eddie Herr and Orange Bowl, where the best juniors in the world gathered, then goes on to win the GA and G1 events the following two weeks, when only 1 TOP 30 player was present between the two tournaments.

Really defines this kids career

I can't wait until he gets to the pro's. He's going to skip Wimbledon to go win a challenger somewhere else.
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Re: Nikola Milojevic - remember that name, best junior player of the world ATM

On the other hand Kyrgios looks like the real deal. A future top tenner.
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Young was better at his age and see what happened

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Skips Eddie Herr and Orange Bowl, where the best juniors in the world gathered, then goes on to win the GA and G1 events the following two weeks, when only 1 TOP 30 player was present between the two tournaments.

Really defines this kids career

I can't wait until he gets to the pro's. He's going to skip Wimbledon to go win a challenger somewhere else.
he's looking up at Tipsarevic or Ferrer at the end of the day

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Re: Nikola Milojevic - remember that name, best junior player of the world ATM

Do Serbs generally have "long" faces?

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