Originally Posted by Flavio_Sverige
Well we see what happends id liek to at least go to future qualy adn try at least
I think the previous posters were being a little kind in their response. To be blunt: you have no chance. I'm not being mean. Think about Borna Coric, Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis. Teen agers. If you have that kind of talent go for it. Beyond that think about how good some of these U18 junior players are; they are damn good players! and yet...so many of them are not good enough to even get a D2 scholarship!! So, bearing in mind the fact they started playing at 4-5 years old, the hundreds of hours they spent on the court training and still, they were not good enough to earn a scholarship at a lower level university. That's what you're up against. You started to play 5-6 years ago and if you had access to what you call ' appropriate training ' that should equate to no less than 4-5 hours on court daily, plus the appropriate fitness and other 'appropriate' training, how many years do you think you'd have to train before you were at a level where you could compete day in day out with the 'seasoned' lower level pro's?