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Old 01-06-2013, 06:02 AM   #86
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Default Re: Dimitrov or Tomic?

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Originally Posted by latso View Post
context is everything.

Was a response to a post including Raonic and Nishikori.

As for ppl saying none of them will win Slams - if they don't, then i don't see who will in 4 years from now for example.

A magic Jesus like player will emerge from somewhere and win them all?

From what i saw in Brisbane final today i am even more certain that in a matter of months (OK, maybe 24 of them..) one of them will be up there close.

And at one point they will start getting those tittles.

As i said - Dimitrov did it as a junior, i don't see any reasons why not as a pro, considering he is transferring greatly.
Many players have peaked as juniors and been not so great pros.
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