Originally Posted by StatRacket
His first career ATP win was 6-0 6-0 over Young.
His second career ATP win was 6-0 6-1 over Didac Perez.
His third career ATP win was 6-2 6-2 over Stefano Galvani.
His fourth career ATP win was 6-0 6-2 over Kohlschreiber.
He was thrashing opponents from the get go.
Even on the challenger level, and without ever seeing him play, I had noticed him for several years for that single special reason : when he was in a good week, he really made impressive scores, crushing several opponents in a row ... but sometimes failing in the last step whereas the scores during the week did let you expect that he would beat his opponent.
I mean he was the only player on the challenger level who was eyecatching only from the scorelists
The only player who gave me also that impression but on a far lesser extent was Peter Luczak in some periods.