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Not like Peliwo at all. How many non grand slam junior events did Peliwo play last year? I think it was 3, 1 each before prep AO, RG, and Wimby.(the first of which he was ranked outisde the junior top 20 when he played it)
well, I hardly saw him play in adult tournaments either in 2012, much less than Saville or Harrison or Monteiro
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woah. take it easy. the lad has leagues of improvement and work before he can convert the talent into something durable. hopefully, djokovic can provide some guidance.

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well, I hardly saw him play in adult tournaments either in 2012, much less than Saville or Harrison or Monteiro
He done great job with that Challenger semi, no need for push after that. And he still played 12 Futures beside that. But yes, Luke was most impressive and he is well deserved best player of his generation at the end of 2012.

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where is that geek kid Peliwo anyway

another all hype

would rather chase little bimbo's on facebook than try and make his way as a top player on mens tour
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well, I hardly saw him play in adult tournaments either in 2012, much less than Saville or Harrison or Monteiro
You compared Milojevic to Peliwo which is totally not even a close comparison. That's what I'm refuting, I'm not saying Filip was the junior who played the most pro events.

For the record, Filip played 16, Saville 23, Harrison 19, and Monteiro 24. Not a landslide by any means, he's actually pretty close to Harrison.

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You compared Milojevic to Peliwo which is totally not even a close comparison. That's what I'm refuting, I'm not saying Filip was the junior who played the most pro events.

For the record, Filip played 16, Saville 23, Harrison 19, and Monteiro 24. Not a landslide by any means, he's actually pretty close to Harrison.
well, he flied under my radar, I guess that apart from his challenger semifinal, he had very little success in adult tournaments.
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He will probably be top 10 player in next 5-6 years but will he be #1 like Novak Djokovic - only time will tell.

What do you think about him?

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