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Is he getting a WC for RG qualies? Because theirs no way he's in direct...

Can't argue about the scheduling, good solid but not too tough schedule, like the breaks at home for the young kid. As for getting too many points. That might be the most insane thing I have read on this form. If he keeps the hard work and training up hopefully the results will come. Certainly this 3 week stint has been a success in my book.
He got one for Aus Open and as he won junior doubles in France last year, he will be given one.


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He got one for Aus Open and as he won junior doubles in France last year, he will be given one.


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Do you know that for sure? Or are you just assuming?
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He got one for Aus Open and as he won junior doubles in France last year, he will be given one.


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I doubt the junior doubles means anything for a qualy WC. I'd say the biggest chance will be TA giving him the main draw WC
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He got one for Aus Open and as he won junior doubles in France last year, he will be given one.
I'm sorry, but winning junior doubles doesn't mean anything in terms of men's qualifying wild cards the following year. Andrew Harris was Nick's doubles partner last year at Roland Garros, do you think he'll be getting a QWC?

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he's coming home after this future. He will spend a few days back here with the family, I presume we will be eating a lot of pancakes, waffles, and carby chinese food hahaha then he's off to Melbourne for a weeks prep before RG qualies.
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I doubt the junior doubles means anything for a qualy WC. I'd say the biggest chance will be TA giving him the main draw WC
That's what I thought, but xkyrgios's post tells me otherwise. Given Nick's breakout year he may get one from the French. Exciting young players are sometimes given wild cards into international tournaments.

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Happy Birthday Nick!!!

18 Today!










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Congrats! 18 - as in the amount of slams he'll need to break the current record. A nice number

And don't worry, I'm not expecting him to take this record - at least not yet
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I was thinking that Nick has a nicely placed birthday. If he was born just 4 days later, he would've missed the cut off under the Canberra school system and would still be doing year 12 right now.

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I was thinking that Nick has a nicely placed birthday. If he was born just 4 days later, he would've missed the cut off under the Canberra school system and would still be doing year 12 right now.
That's right haha he was always the youngest but the giant.

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That's right haha he was always the youngest but the giant.
Your not Nick's brother are you?
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Your not Nick's brother are you?
you got it
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Nick gets up 6-3 7-5. He hit 16 aces today, happy birthday you little fkn beast.

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Nice win and great serving stats. Win the title.
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That's right haha he was always the youngest but the giant.
He'll go from being the youngest in his school year to being the youngest in the top 300 on Monday.



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Nick gets up 6-3 7-5. He hit 16 aces today, happy birthday you little fkn beast.
Nick celebrates his birthday by notching his equal highest ranked win (Moriya is currently #192) of his tour career. Funnily enough he beat Stephane Robert in the semi-finals of the Sydney Challenger 7-5 6-3 who was also ranked #192 at the time.

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Nick will play Boy Westerhof of the Netherlands in the final, who just beat Chang Yu in the semi-finals 6-2 6-4. Boy is in good form as he, like Nick, only lost to Wu in China F1 and F2.

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Good win Nick take out the title. And Happy Birthday.
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