He has no weapon. He does not have enough power on his groundstrokes or serve. He does not have the consistancy for clay or defensive tennis.
its weird, because i was at french open qualies this year, and trust me that match vs kudla was the best tennis i ve seen him playing by far, and i thought he would start to win a lot afterwards. but he failed to do that, had a pretty ugly loss in qr1 in wimbledon and is slumping mostly now. he could even not make the cut into us open qualies...first time in how many years? i mean, its really sad. i think he is talented enough
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I remember a few years back when Peter upset Juan Monaco at the US Open and went to the second round, I really thought Peter was on to better things and was going to rise up to the top 100 ranks but it hasn't happened. So disappointing. I wish he could do. He used to qualify for Grand Slams on a regular basis a few years back but these past couple of years, he can't get it done.
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Re: Peter Polansky
Quigley was inspired by a home UK crowd (atmosphere like a college match). Polansky started flat but raised his level as his opponent's dropped. Hopefully he found a bit of form to carry over. Playing doubles this week with Frank too should sharpen his play a bit; with Frank out of the singles I think he'll go full out in the doubles and Peter will feed off this.
A win is certainly a win as far as Polansky is concerned.