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Old 06-20-2012, 09:08 AM   #12
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Default Re: Young guns from Switzerland!

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Originally Posted by FSRteam View Post
Here are most of the upcoming players with their birth year (86-91) and ATP ranking (provided they have one):

guenat, 86, ATP 748 (+5)
bossel, 86, ATP 798 (-5)
sadecky, 87, ATP 642 (-1)
roshardt r., 88, ATP 568 (-1)
eichenberger, 88, ATP 753 (+22)
thomet, 88, ATP 1365 (-17)
marti, 88 ATP 792 (-6)
sessagesimi d., 89, ATP 852 (+519)
roshardt l., 90, ATP 1746 (-12)
muri, 90
ehrat, 91
2012

So we now have a watch on their ranking at the moment.

Nr. 391 BOSSEL: After so-so future results, he played a very good Nottingham 2 tournament. (lost in Round 2 to Duckworth in final set tiebreak)
Nr. 478 EHRAT: Won a Future Tournament in Bulgaria in May.
Nr. 486: LAAKSONEN: 20 years old, not in the list above. He has a good chance to reach Top 200 in the next years.
Nr. 547 SADECKY: Played 3 Futures and 1 Challenger since April. 5-4.
Nr. 712 MARTI: Bad season so far, did not play since April. Injured?



Ehrat and Laaksonen are probably the best Swiss players under 25.
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