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Yeah, Frederico Silva, also because of his results in Juniors GS (already QF in Wimbledon). Number 1 in europe, Under-16.

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Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Frederico Silva is the best 1995 born player in juniores ranking, and #6 in the world, generally.

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For me I've seen the most impressive results over the last 2 or 3 years from Gianluigi Quinzi (Italy), Borna Coric (Croatia), and Noah Rubin (USA) all born 1996. Each one has won against older top ranked guys.
Even younger, Stefon Kozlov, born 1998, is one to watch out for.
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Quinzi is currently n. 6 in juniors ranking, and he's just fifteen.
I saw Coric at Bonfiglio and he is really, really good.

It's early to speak about 13 years old guys btw.
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It's early to speak about 13 years old guys btw.
I know 13 is too you an age to really expect anything, but when you make 2 itf grade 4 finals and win an itf grade 5 tournament at the age of 13, I think it earns you a spot on the "one to watch" list. He was also one of the very very best under 14 jrs in the world last year when he doesn't even turn 14 until this year. In my opinion, there's a pattern of young success that future stars follow. Coric and Quinzi, Tomic and Harrison, were all similarly impressive at the same age.

Other reasons he's intriguing is
1. I've heard he plays like Bernard Tomic, which isn't the most liked style in the world.
2. He's kind of small, so it's expected that other kids might out grow him. That makes anything he does that much harder.

It'll be interesting to follow his career and see if he can keep up the success.
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1995 Nishioka JPN, Edmund GBR, Alcaraz Ivorra ESP, Stanek CZE, Kyrgios AUS, Milojevic SRB, Silva POR, Kwiatkowski USA, Papa USA, McDonald USA

1996 Coric CRO, Quinzi ITA, Rubin USA, Garin CHI, Bahamonde ARG, Kokkinakis AUS, Mott AUS, Ymer SWE, Halys FRA, Haerteis GER, Chung KOR, Pane ARG, Nakagawa JPN, Onishi JPN, Ciorcila ROU

1997 Kang KOR, Hong KOR, Nagal IND, Zverev GER, Rublev RUS, Yamasaki JPN, Wiersholm USA, Tabilo CAN

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I know 13 is too you an age to really expect anything, but when you make 2 itf grade 4 finals and win an itf grade 5 tournament at the age of 13, I think it earns you a spot on the "one to watch" list. He was also one of the very very best under 14 jrs in the world last year when he doesn't even turn 14 until this year. In my opinion, there's a pattern of young success that future stars follow. Coric and Quinzi, Tomic and Harrison, were all similarly impressive at the same age.

Other reasons he's intriguing is
1. I've heard he plays like Bernard Tomic, which isn't the most liked style in the world.
2. He's kind of small, so it's expected that other kids might out grow him. That makes anything he does that much harder.

It'll be interesting to follow his career and see if he can keep up the success.
Just curious, does anyone know if his little brother, Boris, play like him?
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Just curious, does anyone know if his little brother, Boris, play like him?
Not sure but I don't think so.
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19.5.1996 Hyeon CHUNG (KOR) ITF 22 G1 W, Orange Bowl 12U & 16U Champion
2.1.1997 Ku Keon KANG (KOR) ITF 65 GB1 F, G1 SF
30.6.1997 Seong Chang HONG (KOR) ITF 296 Orange Bowl 12U & 14U Champion
29.6.1998 Duck Hee LEE (KOR) ITF 512 G5 F
27.3.1998 Yun Seong CHUNG (KOR) ITF 731
27.6.1998 Chan Yeong OH (KOR) Orange Bowl 12U F

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Basil Khuma 1998 from India

Watch this guy in the next years

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Basil Khuma 1998 from India

Watch this guy in the next years
If I'm not mistaken, he trains at IMG and practices with Michael Mmoh. I remember seeing his name in USTA tournaments. Both him and Mmoh played in a futures qualifying not too long ago.

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Egypt G5 semifinal:
Roman Safiullin - Basil Khuma
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Egypt G5 semifinal:
Roman Safiullin - Basil Khuma
, Safiullin is very talented as well.

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