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Old 08-07-2012, 07:45 PM   #15
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Default Re: Toronto R1 : (SE) Querrey def. Melzer 6-3 6-2

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Originally Posted by Sanya View Post


Isner has better serve, but his groundgame is nowhere near Querrey`s best level. Harrison is just overhyped kid, who had his moments of glory as he is really one of the best in this weak generation. But not that good all in all.
Harrison is also only 20...Querrey is 24. Ryan Harrison isn't anywhere close to his peak potential...where Querrey might have already peaked or at the very least is very close to his peak.

Harrison has the higher potential.

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And Harrison and Sock do?
Yes.

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Originally Posted by Julián Santiago View Post
7 titles to Querrey, 4 for Isner, they are the better american players, not Sock or Harrison...

The potential is another thing, but not either Harrison or Sock did anything at all right now. Querrery and Isner yes
Yep, time will tell...surely at the moment Querrey and Isner are clearly more accomplished. I think Ryan Harrison and Jack Sock have the potential to win a grand slam whereas Isner and Querrey look as if they never will.
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