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LawrenceOfTennis 08-09-2011 02:34 PM

Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Please give me names.

Smoke944 08-10-2011 03:49 AM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Gianluigi Quinzi, to start.

LawrenceOfTennis 08-10-2011 03:25 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Heard about him, hopefully his process going well.
Where are the Carnello brothers?

okramb 08-25-2011 03:29 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Borna Coric (Croatia)

BrunoBeidacki 08-26-2011 07:49 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Orlando Luz (Brazil) - 13 years old... Latin America Circuit U-14 Champion in his first year in the category and won the Gerdau Cup U-14 too...

guyha4 09-05-2011 08:56 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Or ram Harel (isr) -16 years old ,ranked 4 in europe for his age
this week passed the qualy draw in the uso junoirs and def in first round the 43th in the irf junoirs ranking ..

Helevorn 09-07-2011 11:36 AM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Smoke944 (Post 11258100)
Gianluigi Quinzi, to start.

I was just about to mention him :lol:, although he's Italian I have already seen him some times and I like his game a lot, he was born in 1996 and he's gaining some good results on the Junior tour (5 titles overall) ;).

Another good prospect is Serbian Nikola Milojevic (1995). By the way, Quinzi is by far the first 1996 in the Junior rankings, being ranked #57 and followed only by the #139 Borna Coric from Croatia.

marcosz1985 09-07-2011 08:03 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Lautaro Pane, 15 yo. He got his 1st ATP point on Monday.
Francisco Bahamonde, Stefano Di Aloy, Agustin Torreano (1997)

Hian-GOAT 09-08-2011 01:22 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Helevorn (Post 11337738)
I was just about to mention him :lol:, although he's Italian I have already seen him some times and I like his game a lot, he was born in 1996 and he's gaining some good results on the Junior tour (5 titles overall) ;).

Another good prospect is Serbian Nikola Milojevic (1995). By the way, Quinzi is by far the first 1996 in the Junior rankings, being ranked #57 and followed only by the #139 Borna Coric from Croatia.

What do you have against Italian? :facepalm:
Howewer, Quinzi is by far the best. I've watched Coric at an Italian tournament and he's really good, too. I don't remember the name of his opponent, but he was a Spanish... if you can help me you're welcome.

Hian-GOAT 09-08-2011 01:23 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by marcosz1985 (Post 11339342)
Lautaro Pane, 15 yo. He got his 1st ATP point on Monday.
Francisco Bahamonde, Stefano Di Aloy, Agustin Torreano (1997)

The fact is that there are players who get points/their own ranking by getting WCs. I don't know if this Pane got the same thing, but among women there are players who're really helped by this.
14 years old Belinda Bencic won just a match but, thanks to the WCs she received, she has her own ranking.

marcosz1985 09-08-2011 03:29 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Yep, Pane got a WC to the MD but he beat 6-4 6-2 italian Giorgio Portaluri, top800 atp. Btw, he had already passed trough 2 Futures's qualy in Ecuador last month. He's a prospect to follow.
About Quinzi, wih Baldi, both made their preseason training here in Argentina. From 1996, I'll add Chritian Garin from Chile, WC in Prostejov last year, and Francisco Bahmonde. All three will be playing at Juniors Davis Cup in San Luis Potosi in less than 3 weeks.

Se ya

Marita_Matthäus 09-08-2011 10:33 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by marcosz1985 (Post 11339342)
Lautaro Pane, 15 yo. He got his 1st ATP point on Monday.
Francisco Bahamonde, Stefano Di Aloy, Agustin Torreano (1997)

Pane definitely seems promising. He also has good juniors record - won 5 U16 titles in a row this year, then played his first U18, qualified, and reached QF.

croat123 09-14-2011 05:49 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
coric is about to break into the top100 next week. just crushed a guy ranked 41

fsilva 09-18-2011 02:49 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Frederico Silva (1995). Already with 1 ATP point and good overall game and attitude.

Hian-GOAT 10-19-2011 12:40 PM

Re: Biggest talents and biggest prospects born after 1995
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by fsilva (Post 11377137)
Frederico Silva (1995). Already with 1 ATP point and good overall game and attitude.

Quinzi, too, has a point, a great game, and a year younger ;) He needs to improve return and mainly to buy a serve, because the strokes are quite good.


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