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05-20-2013 10:57 AM
ciprianned
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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Duck Hee Lee will turn 15 next week.
He has already 2 ATP points and even more impressive, last week, he lost only 7-6(6), 6-1 against Wu (165) in the first round of the challenger of Busan ! Very promising scoreline !


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VGXAGSSZrg
05-20-2013 10:22 AM
Adri89
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Duck Hee Lee will turn 15 next week.
He has already 2 ATP points and even more impressive, last week, he lost only 7-6(6), 6-1 against Wu (165) in the first round of the challenger of Busan ! Very promising scoreline !
05-20-2013 09:18 AM
ciprianned
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Patrick Ciorcila has been practicing at BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophhy with Tipsarevic , Simon , Monfils , Hanescu .
05-19-2013 11:18 PM
I got the Dyoung
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Sandeep "Remmy" Yeturu. 12 year old prodigy from the United States. Trains under the almost legendary Allen Jones.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8-1vHtp22Q
05-16-2013 12:12 AM
AussieAdz
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Adding to the list of Aussies, Omar Jasika (1997) has been practicing with Tipsarevic!
04-28-2013 08:47 AM
PTWahoo14
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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After reaching another futures final Gianluigi Quinzi (1996) is already ranked in the top 500 at 493. And he's made yet another final this week, which has yet to be played. He's rising through the ranks at blazing speeds.

Borna Coric (1996) also won his first Futures this week. He's only ranked in the 1400s right now but this win will pretty much cut his pro ranking in half.

Also Stefan Kozlov (1998) recently made it to his first Grade A final, losing to Quinzi for the championship.

So many youngsters with promise to look out for.
Adding to this. Australian Open Junior Champ, Nick Kyrgios, has now reached a Futures semifinal, final, and won one. As well as a Challengers semifinal and won a challenger. He'll be in the top 300 by the next rankings.
04-28-2013 08:40 AM
PTWahoo14
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

After reaching another futures final Gianluigi Quinzi (1996) is already ranked in the top 500 at 493. And he's made yet another final this week, which has yet to be played. He's rising through the ranks at blazing speeds.

Borna Coric (1996) also won his first Futures this week. He's only ranked in the 1400s right now but this win will pretty much cut his pro ranking in half.

Also Stefan Kozlov (1998) recently made it to his first Grade A final, losing to Quinzi for the championship.

So many youngsters with promise to look out for.
04-04-2013 11:27 AM
Diegivanisevic
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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It wasn't a race. He/She was just giving insight into where Quinzi would likely be ranked that week (before Edmund made his second futures final).

That being said, you still spoke too soon. After a run of 5 straight futures semifinals and a futures final , it looks like Quinzi has already caught back up to Edmund in the rankings. I'm a bit surprised he did it so quickly.
Thanx for the very valuable information! I knew about Quinzi, but hadn't heard neither about Misha Zverev brother nor Kozlov. By the look of things, they will be top 10 players in 5 years.
11-26-2012 04:14 PM
PTWahoo14
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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Considering Edmund,s just got to another final I doubt it ! for now at least !
It wasn't a race. He/She was just giving insight into where Quinzi would likely be ranked that week (before Edmund made his second futures final).

That being said, you still spoke too soon. After a run of 5 straight futures semifinals and a futures final , it looks like Quinzi has already caught back up to Edmund in the rankings. I'm a bit surprised he did it so quickly.
11-19-2012 09:46 PM
SapELee
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Fluke or no fluke, I think it's cool to see a 15 y.o. in a final.
11-19-2012 07:56 PM
PTWahoo14
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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Originally Posted by GasquetGulbis View Post
He's beaten Balleret once before in Qatar, so he's already proven to beat top 500 players before, and Luke Bambridge has a lot of potential. I do agree, that he probably won't repeat this result for a little bit, but he's already proven to be able to get to the second round or further at multiple futures, which is still good for his age and in this era of tennis.
I agree and looking at TennisOnWood's comment, I guess I should clarify. Personally, I wouldn't label it as a fluke or put an asterisks by it or anything like that. His opponents in the 1/8, quarterfinal, and semis were all very skilled payers and are good wins for anyone. I was just noting that he did have to beat two teens who would most likely be less experienced than anyone you would usually find at a futures like this. And also that one of his opponents retired. I doubt his team is going to ignore who he beat and how he beat them when they make judgments on what is best for his development.

I don't think anything should or could take away from his great performance, though.
11-19-2012 03:40 PM
GasquetGulbis
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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Honestly, it was sort of a fluke. Albeit quite an impressive one for his age. He defeated a 19yr old American who was at best a very very average national junior within his country in the first round. In the second round against the 4 seed he won in a retirement but it was in the third set. Who knows if the injury affected his opponent the entire time or if it just occurred at the end? The third round was an excellent and surprising win against a quality player that shows a lot of promise and mental toughness. But the semifinal was again against a teen, this time only 17.

To be fair, none of these matches (except the first round one) were ones he should have won. So really, it would have been a fluke if he had been like 18 or 19, but at 15 there are no easy futures matches.
He's beaten Balleret once before in Qatar, so he's already proven to beat top 500 players before, and Luke Bambridge has a lot of potential. I do agree, that he probably won't repeat this result for a little bit, but he's already proven to be able to get to the second round or further at multiple futures, which is still good for his age and in this era of tennis.
11-19-2012 01:33 PM
TennisOnWood
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

What bloody fluke as he had chance to become youngest Futures winner ever?? Other players from his generation (beside Jasika) can't win a Futures match and this guy made final.. before any player born in 1996., lets not forget that

And he played more than 3 and a half hours in 1/4
11-19-2012 12:42 PM
PTWahoo14
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

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Alex got totally destroyed by Queen Vulture Reynet in final.. those scorelines make me think at a fluke, for the age.
No doubt, and not saying that as a fan, that he is going to be a great player. But this run is too random

Fifth semifinal of the year for Quinzi, he stands a good chance to close the year in Top 500
Honestly, it was sort of a fluke. Not in the sense that he couldn't repeat the result, but in the sense that it might have been different if some of his opponents were older and more experienced. He defeated a 19yr old American who was at best a very very average national junior within his country in the first round. In the second round against the 4 seed he won in a retirement but it was in the third set. Who knows if the injury affected his opponent the entire time or if it just occurred at the end? The third round was an excellent and surprising win against a quality player that shows a lot of promise and mental toughness. But the semifinal was again against a teen, this time only 17 (although Luke Bambridge has shown too be very talented as well for his age).

That being said, this was still a great performance by a kid with exceptional potential.
11-19-2012 10:26 AM
Hian-GOAT
Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995

Alex got totally destroyed by Queen Vulture Reynet in final.. those scorelines make me think at a fluke, for the age.
No doubt, and not saying that as a fan, that he is going to be a great player. But this run is too random

Fifth semifinal of the year for Quinzi, he stands a good chance to close the year in Top 500
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