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Old 10-08-2013, 07:54 AM   #346
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Getting an ATP ranking should be your primary goal right now, the rest will come in time and with practice. Just focus on winning a match on a Futures main draw. You can do it, Johnny.
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Getting an ATP ranking should be your primary goal right now, the rest will come in time and with practice. Just focus on winning a match on a Futures main draw. You can do it, Johnny.
He can't, though.

I'm pro-dreams and anti-delusion, I just want to see my sweet Johnny channel his big heart towards a goal that's actually achievable
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Should definitely think about coaching, if you are struggling at 4.5 and you are 23 yrs old, that looks bleak, on the other hand maybe you could really make a career out of coaching. OI 2016 only if you buy a ticket
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I honestly think that those who talk too much are really not good into their Art. Instead of being an MTF Hero, why dont you go and actually talk to Coaches and Players and work on your Game.

I have seen Many Big Mouths and Big talkers lose their way. Watch it Johnny.
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In case you are American i would recommend re-defining your goals a bit, cause on the s.m.a.r.t. scale of making goals and plans there is the A, which means "achievable", while the 2016 OGs are not. At all.

If by 2016 you are in the top 600 you should consider it a miracle.

Focus on finding sponsors, or you have no chance for anything, playing and training part time.

You got beaten by a guy who got double baggeled in nexxt round, who's victor took 3 games in his respective next round, so winning games and feeling competitive being an obvious improvement for you, it still is far from winning matches against the worst guys and even further than winning against the better ones. At this level.

So the OGs you should rather target 2020 imho.

Most of us would love it if you manage too do smth, but keep calm and do the humbalito
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He can't, though.

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Should definitely think about coaching, if you are struggling at 4.5 and you are 23 yrs old, that looks bleak, on the other hand maybe you could really make a career out of coaching. OI 2016 only if you buy a ticket
Age means dick, mate. I didn't start playing until almost 15, and I plan to play until almost 40.

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Age means dick, mate. I didn't start playing until almost 15, and I plan to play until almost 40.
Yea, because there are so many guys playing into their 40s right?
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Yea, because there are so many guys playing into their 40s right?
Well, we gonna see what's going on.

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Johnny, whilst I don't think you have any chance of making the Rio Olympics, I admire how you never give up even though you lose a lot of matches.

Thing is playing Tennis is fun and that, but really are you going to make so much money from doing this at such a low level aged 23, when there's guys your age top 20 in the world?

I just think you need to re-evaluate your situation a bit more. Putting your effort into this Tennis might seem all well and good to you now, but what if you hit age 40 and have ended up succeeding nothing, earned fuck all money, and still live with your parents/in a shitty appartment.

I'm not saying step away from Tennis completely, but please try and broaden your skill set so you don't just do one thing that will make your employability chances crap... You're 23 man this is the age people want to settle down and get full time jobs, and just focussing on Tennis all the time at this age when you're not a high level is risky to say the least.

It is clear you are an intelligent guy, why waste you're intelligence pursuing such targets that are going to be almost impossible for you to achieve? How about you use your intelligence in another field within Tennis? Commentating, writing, coaching, umpiring, etc? You know, something that pays well, keeps you occupied 5 days a week, 9-5. And then what do you do after or before work? Play Tennis (unless you coach obviously where you can play more). What do you do on weekends? Play Tennis. You see you don't have to keep pushing yourself to get to levels that are way out of your reach. Why not play tournaments for your level, or just above your level? That way you will win more matches and feel more sense of achievement than you would when playing these guys way above your level.

Just think about things carefully bro and best of luck.
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Johnny, whilst I don't think you have any chance of making the Rio Olympics, I admire how you never give up even though you lose a lot of matches.

Thing is playing Tennis is fun and that, but really are you going to make so much money from doing this at such a low level aged 23, when there's guys your age top 20 in the world?

I just think you need to re-evaluate your situation a bit more. Putting your effort into this Tennis might seem all well and good to you now, but what if you hit age 40 and have ended up succeeding nothing, earned fuck all money, and still live with your parents/in a shitty appartment.

I'm not saying step away from Tennis completely, but please try and broaden your skill set so you don't just do one thing that will make your employability chances crap... You're 23 man this is the age people want to settle down and get full time jobs, and just focussing on Tennis all the time at this age when you're not a high level is risky to say the least.

It is clear you are an intelligent guy, why waste you're intelligence pursuing such targets that are going to be almost impossible for you to achieve? How about you use your intelligence in another field within Tennis? Commentating, writing, coaching, umpiring, etc? You know, something that pays well, keeps you occupied 5 days a week, 9-5. And then what do you do after or before work? Play Tennis (unless you coach obviously where you can play more). What do you do on weekends? Play Tennis. You see you don't have to keep pushing yourself to get to levels that are way out of your reach. Why not play tournaments for your level, or just above your level? That way you will win more matches and feel more sense of achievement than you would when playing these guys way above your level.

Just think about things carefully bro and best of luck.
I will never be happy just doing that stuff, man. Trust me, I've tried it. First off, you can't get any coaching job unless you have some career in the first place. Second, commentary, writing, umpiring, all that other shit, I will never be happy doing that, I've done it. I've worked in tennis pro shops, I've worked giving lessons and shit, and I am beyond depressed while doing it. I can't just play tennis on the weekends, I will never be happy doing that.

Yes, I know it is risky to do things the way I am doing. Yes I know the odds are 1 billion trillion to 1 or whatever that I will succeed. But there is a chance, I'm sayin' there's a chance. If there is even a sniff of a chance of me making it, which there is, I can't NOT take it. If that means I end up sleeping in my car for a couple of years, if I lose all my friends, if I don't get married and start a family until well into my 30's, then so be it, that is my plan anyway.

I can't just be another average schmuck without at least giving it everything I have to this sport. If I quit now, I will always look back and wonder. I can't do that. Of course I've thought about it. Of course I've considered giving it up, getting a regular job, settling down with a nice girl, etc. etc., of course those things have crossed my mind, how could it not with my results so far?

But there is this thing inside of me, this fire, this voice telling me not to give up, not to give in, to keep going. Despite the financial straits I am in, despite my results being poor so far, despite suffering every injury under the sun almost between age 17-23. I could have quit millions of times, I could have given it up years ago.

But still I rise. Still I work, still I compete, still I have the passion to go out there every day and train, then go deliver pizzas 5 nights a week until 1 AM. It may sound like a shitty life to those on the outside, but it is your mentality. My mentality is that I AM going to make it, and that I have turned a corner recently and things are REALLY going to start happening now. Life is NOT easy when every rational person and thought is telling me to quit but my soul tells me to carry on.

There must be a reason why I have fought so long. There must be a reason I have suffered and fought through every injury I've had so far. There must be a reason why I have bought and read dozens of tennis books and biographies of all the tennis greats of the past, downloaded and watched tennis matches from the 60's to today. There must be a reason why I have researched the game from the fucking 1870's until today and read all the results and scores, with no prodding from anyone else. There must be a reason, and it must be more than just posting on MTF.

I still believe I will make it.
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I will never be happy just doing that stuff, man. Trust me, I've tried it. First off, you can't get any coaching job unless you have some career in the first place. Second, commentary, writing, umpiring, all that other shit, I will never be happy doing that, I've done it. I've worked in tennis pro shops, I've worked giving lessons and shit, and I am beyond depressed while doing it. I can't just play tennis on the weekends, I will never be happy doing that.

Yes, I know it is risky to do things the way I am doing. Yes I know the odds are 1 billion trillion to 1 or whatever that I will succeed. But there is a chance, I'm sayin' there's a chance. If there is even a sniff of a chance of me making it, which there is, I can't NOT take it. If that means I end up sleeping in my car for a couple of years, if I lose all my friends, if I don't get married and start a family until well into my 30's, then so be it, that is my plan anyway.

I can't just be another average schmuck without at least giving it everything I have to this sport. If I quit now, I will always look back and wonder. I can't do that. Of course I've thought about it. Of course I've considered giving it up, getting a regular job, settling down with a nice girl, etc. etc., of course those things have crossed my mind, how could it not with my results so far?

But there is this thing inside of me, this fire, this voice telling me not to give up, not to give in, to keep going. Despite the financial straits I am in, despite my results being poor so far, despite suffering every injury under the sun almost between age 17-23. I could have quit millions of times, I could have given it up years ago.

But still I rise. Still I work, still I compete, still I have the passion to go out there every day and train, then go deliver pizzas 5 nights a week until 1 AM. It may sound like a shitty life to those on the outside, but it is your mentality. My mentality is that I AM going to make it, and that I have turned a corner recently and things are REALLY going to start happening now. Life is NOT easy when every rational person and thought is telling me to quit but my soul tells me to carry on.

There must be a reason why I have fought so long. There must be a reason I have suffered and fought through every injury I've had so far. There must be a reason why I have bought and read dozens of tennis books and biographies of all the tennis greats of the past, downloaded and watched tennis matches from the 60's to today. There must be a reason why I have researched the game from the fucking 1870's until today and read all the results and scores, with no prodding from anyone else. There must be a reason, and it must be more than just posting on MTF.

I still believe I will make it.
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I mean, I don't want to be 40, sitting on the couch watching TV and my kids ask me: "Daddy, how come you never made it?". And I answer: "Because I gave up at 23." What kind of example for my kids is that?

I want to be 40, giving my retirement press conference at the USO, then jetting back to L.A. (or Miami), making love to my wife all day, counseling the next generation of players, and raising my children to go after their dreams whatever they may be, with my own life as the example.

That's what I want.
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Marc Yurgeson got double-bagelled in the 2nd round

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