Re: Michael Mmoh
The current crop of 16-year old Americans -- Kozlov, Tiafoe, Mmoh and Fritz -- are the most exciting group of young American players we have seen in quite a while. To them, add Donaldson, Sock, Rubin, Altamirano, even Harrison and Kudla, and American tennis may have a future.
It's definitely worth keeping an eye on Mmoh. LIke Kozlov, Tiafoe and Fritz, he could become a regular top 100 player or higher.
Americans, Canadians, Brits, Del Potro, Nishikori, Tsonga, Monfils, Karlovic, journeymen, underdogs, mugs, pushers, servebots, forehandbots, and whomever else I feel like rooting for (on any given day it might be Federer, Nadal or Djokovic since they are all awesome)
"It’s not just the athletic artistry that compels interest in tennis at the professional level. It’s also what this level requires -- what it’s taken for the one-hundredth-ranked player in the world to get there, what it takes to stay, what it would take to rise even higher against other men who’ve paid the same price number one hundred have paid." -- David Foster Wallace