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Old 11-04-2012, 11:34 AM   #16
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He became the country's number 1 at 15?

They have similar cases with Muller, as i believe he's been Luxembourg's number one since the day he won 1 point or got ranking. That might be 14 years already, or smth like that.

Will be a matter of career longevity.
Yes, very early. He was the only Cypriot with points then.

Müller seems a more unlikely candidate, he only passed Mike Scheidweiler to become Luxembourg #1 15/7-02, almost two years after Baghdatis, despite being two years older.
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Yes, very early. He was the only Cypriot with points then.

Müller seems a more unlikely candidate, he only passed Mike Scheidweiler to become Luxembourg #1 15/7-02, almost two years after Baghdatis, despite being two years older.
Ah, didn't know about the Mike guy. Thanks for the info
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