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what do u think about this south american prospects?

bcgpete
10-27-2005, 04:53 PM
Santiago giraldo ,Brian Dabul ,Pablo Cuevas, Jorge Aguilar , Piero Luisi ,Bruno Rosa

Anybody know anything about them???

Thank you

GO Nalbandian

delsa
10-27-2005, 04:55 PM
Only know about Giraldo and only since the USO. :o
Enlighten us please! :bounce:

*Ljubica*
10-27-2005, 04:56 PM
Santiago Giraldo has his own thread in the Chicos Latinos Forum - don't know so much about the others you mentioned though.

Frederick16
10-27-2005, 05:18 PM
del Potro will be the best i guess!

bcgpete
11-10-2005, 04:19 PM
next year is giraldos year for sure , going top 100 atleast

lorenz
11-10-2005, 05:00 PM
del Potro will be the best i guess!

I think the same

adee-gee
11-10-2005, 06:32 PM
I saw Luisi play Donald Young at Wimbledon, he's got a nice game, reminds me of Alberto Martin in his style.

NyGeL
11-11-2005, 01:34 AM
Del Potro, Rosa and Cuevas, best tennis players for future.

ys
11-11-2005, 01:36 AM
They must all be claycourters, aren't they?

alfonsojose
11-11-2005, 03:30 AM
Giraldo :rocker2:

ys
11-11-2005, 03:45 AM
How is Drugo Steroido doing?

CooCooCachoo
11-11-2005, 08:30 AM
Del Potro is a bigger talent, as is Leonardo Mayer. Emiliano Massa might be good too. Dabul, to me, doesn´t seem that special.

mariutze
11-11-2005, 04:29 PM
Santiago giraldo ,Brian Dabul ,Pablo Cuevas, Jorge Aguilar , Piero Luisi ,Bruno Rosa

Hello everybody,
Pablo Cuevas is one of the best young players, he'll definetly have a wonderful carreer. Only this year he has made extraordinary progress, from 800 to 400, it is something when you are only 19 years old. He's very cute and devoted to tennis. You can't enjoy watching him. I have never seen such a nice and easy game like I see at him, he seems he plays for pleasure and not for points or money. When you look at him you think: "Tennis is so easy..I have to play also". He is supported by his coach Roberto and he is practicing in a big club in Buenos Aires even though he was born and lives in Salto, near Montevideo. If you want to find out more there's a threa: "Uruguayan players" where we're discussing about Pablo and about another young Uruguayan hope: Martin Vilarrubi.

Jorge Aguilar is young and has the power to be in the best players in the world. Unfortunately he does'nt have the necessary financial support. He has talent and streangth to go on, but he also has to have a strong background to help him in his career. He was a young Chilean hope winning many national titles. This year he conquered Romania, playing over 10 weeks Futures and succeeding in obtaining great results. He was beaten only in the last round or he won the tournament. Another Chilean player, who desires to have a prolific career is Felipe Parada. He has a strong game and determination. His only problem is that he had many health problems, right now he is fighting with an old leg injury. Jorge and Felipe are good friends and great double partners.

Let's keep our fingers crossed for all these young and talented players

Nathaliia
11-11-2005, 05:57 PM
yeah JMDP is popular andcool :yeah: so is Santiago Giraldo (OK I know he's not popular but I try to hype him a bit also hehe)

Mariutze did a great job posting about Pablo Cuevas and Jorge Aguilar.

Luisi is playing now in Venezuela's futures. Let's see if he doesn't become second Szymanski.

Brian Dabul admires Marcelo Rios, his dad is a tennis coach and Brian was no1 in juniors, but he's the oldest of the mentioned, he was born in 1984. I've heard he's not nice.... for players and for the crowd. But never seen him played.

Bruno Rosa can be this kind of Brazilian who will reach the top 100 in next 2-3 years. People from Brazil believe in him. He has got the coach who is better known than him, since it's Larri Passos :eek:.

adee-gee
11-28-2005, 02:40 PM
I saw Luisi play Donald Young at Wimbledon, he's got a nice game, reminds me of Alberto Martin in his style.
I was going to post the pics I took of Luisi at the time I posted this, but they disappeared :o I just found them now so here you go.....

Peoples
11-28-2005, 02:47 PM
How is Drugo Steroido doing?
:haha: :haha:

*Viva Chile*
11-28-2005, 02:51 PM
Jorge Aguilar is young and has the power to be in the best players in the world. Unfortunately he does'nt have the necessary financial support. He has talent and streangth to go on, but he also has to have a strong background to help him in his career. He was a young Chilean hope winning many national titles. This year he conquered Romania, playing over 10 weeks Futures and succeeding in obtaining great results. He was beaten only in the last round or he won the tournament. Another Chilean player, who desires to have a prolific career is Felipe Parada. He has a strong game and determination. His only problem is that he had many health problems, right now he is fighting with an old leg injury. Jorge and Felipe are good friends and great double partners.

Let's keep our fingers crossed for all these young and talented players
:yeah:

DrJules
11-28-2005, 03:34 PM
How is Drugo Steroido doing? :cuckoo:

shotgun
11-28-2005, 03:36 PM
How is Drugo Steroido doing?

:retard: :retard: :retard:

fenomeno2111
11-28-2005, 04:34 PM
Well I know about Piero...he's from my home city (Valencia, Venezuela) and he was always one of the best in the junior circuit in Venezuela, he has played all the junior Grand Slams this year, he has a solid all-court game and he prefers to play in hard. Unlike all the other countries in S. America, Venezuela doesn't have that many clay-courts the majority of the courts are hard. Hope he has a good run on challengers-futures next year

NyGeL
11-28-2005, 08:31 PM
actually, Del Potro said that he prefer to play on Hard instead of Clay. Like nalbandian xD

radjan
11-29-2005, 12:54 AM
Bruno Rosa can be this kind of Brazilian who will reach the top 100 in next 2-3 years. People from Brazil believe in him. He has got the coach who is better known than him, since it's Larri Passos :eek:.

Bruno Rosa seems like the next Ricardo Mello for me, at best. He is very talented, can play really aggressively, but he have nothing too special on his game.

And here we have a big problem. We produce a lot of talents, all of them are wasted because we don't have any top center of training and development. And it's not everyday that you find someone special like Guga.

At least we have 2 or 3 promising players U16. Hope they can do better than this generation.

sol
11-29-2005, 01:03 AM
Well I know about Piero...he's from my home city (Valencia, Venezuela) and he was always one of the best in the junior circuit in Venezuela, he has played all the junior Grand Slams this year, he has a solid all-court game and he prefers to play in hard. Unlike all the other countries in S. America, Venezuela doesn't have that many clay-courts the majority of the courts are hard. Hope he has a good run on challengers-futures next year

Yeah, Piero is a good prospect but I don’t know if he’s going to be the support to play Pro tennis. You know that happened to Nicolas Pereira after to reach the juniors’ World #1. Anyway.. we need a good Pro player so good luck to him. :)

bcgpete
11-30-2005, 04:24 PM
at least you have some good young player we in peru dont have any!!

Action Jackson
11-30-2005, 04:25 PM
at least you have some good young player we in peru dont have any!!

Given up on Lucho have you?

bcgpete
12-02-2005, 07:33 PM
not give up but he is the only is no one after him !!

shotgun
12-02-2005, 08:24 PM
Bruno Rosa seems like the next Ricardo Mello for me, at best. He is very talented, can play really aggressively, but he have nothing too special on his game.

And here we have a big problem. We produce a lot of talents, all of them are wasted because we don't have any top center of training and development. And it's not everyday that you find someone special like Guga.

At least we have 2 or 3 promising players U16. Hope they can do better than this generation.

I agree with almost everything you said, but I think that this current generation produced some good players - Saretta, Mello, Sá and Simoni. They all broke into top 100, but the problem is that they couldn't manage to defend the points for one single season. Marcos Daniel is the next hope, but he's already 27 and I think he's likely to have the same fate of his generation peers. We can't expect to have the same success as Argentina and Chile, because we lack structure for now, but at least this generation managed to keep up the level in relation to the pre-Guga generation. :shrug:

Pea
12-03-2005, 03:01 PM
Brian Dabul has been a disappointment.