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Old 06-30-2011, 09:50 PM   #32
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Default Re: College Players on the ATP Tour - UCLA Frosh Kosakowski d. NCAA Champ Johnson @US

Some interesting happenings in the Venezuelan futures. Roberto Maytin has done well. he finished the year ranked 93 in college tennis and played 4 or 5 for Baylor much of the season. Jesus Bandres has also won a few in Venezuela, he played #3 for ETSU and did not finish in the top 125. This shows that there are a lot of quality college players. Players far down the rankings or not even in the rankings can win future matches. And in Maytin's case can consistently do it.
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