Originally Posted by FranciscoFCB97
Everyone except Kyrgios, Zverev and Dimitrov.
Btw this is my first comment on this forum, hello to everyone
I feel Kyrgios is extremely fortunate to be at an age where he can develop when the big 4 will finally start to fade. His serve is very effective and he can hit pretty heavy on the FH but on average his groundgame is rather tepid at times - see match against Seppi at the AO where he was content at just keeping the ball in the court. His mentality stops him from doing more but there are some real issues to nut out gamewise. If he improves fitness, ROS, and footwork, will give him a greater edge but at the moment while he can have some big upsets at times, his level is not quite enough to challenge baseliners and returners like Djokovic, Murray or even Nishikori. Not to mention his volatility and mental energy burnouts. He can mature of course, has the benefit of time and certainly can play good tennis when he chooses. A big question is how committed he wants to be and work to go from good to great.