Another player whose flashes of brilliance weren’t enough Monday was American Donald Young, who was unable to overcome Agustin Velotti of Argentina. Young, who plummeted from a career high of No. 38 in February 2012 to his current No. 152
“Embarrassing, it’s embarrassing,” Young said as he sat down trailing 4-1 in the second set. Young would eventually lose, 6-4, 6-3, and after leaving the court he walked away from his mother and wandered to an empty area in the middle of the field for an animated phone call.
Lost in three to Sandgren. Another match he found away to loose. One good thing though was that he was taking his time during the big points. I think that will benefit him in future. Think his Dad was there which dosen't happen often. Maybe a change with his Mum going back to South Fulton. Saying that where is Roger Smith?