Originally Posted by Sombrerero loco
sousa has an awful behaviour on the court, so i have to disagree with you. also, he plays nice tennis, but nothing special to be in top 100 imo
I never saw live one of his matches, but I see several on stream, and never notice any awful behaviour. I notice that on the other Sousa (Pedro). But not on Joăo, IMO. And he actually he doesn't play like the typical portuguese player, witch is a good thing to have something different. His serve can be a very good weapon when it's on. And he can make nice runs both in Clay and fast surfaces. He's still 22 years old. So he have time to make a good career. Look at Albert Ramos. A challenger player until 24, and now so close to top 50.