I figure since he once played some good tennis in 2008, why not make a thread for Milan as well. He was born in Czech Republic but moved to Canada at a young age. In 2008, Milan nearly cracked the top 400 with some results at the futures & challenger level.
This week, he's playing qualies in Great Britain futures in Glascow, Scotland. Its Indoor Hard. He has a bye in the first round and chances are, he can easily qualify for this event.
I predict he will crack the top 500 this season and surpass Steven Diez.
Yeah probably but his form seemed better after his return last year. I guess it depends on how committed he is. He kinda did the same thing Erik Chvojka did I believe, both with big gaps when they started out at school before going back to tennis.
Location: Halifax and Bass River NS; Yao-shi, Osaka-fu
Re: Milan Pokrajac
Took too much out of him, likely. He played Guch a couple hours after Niki and played him tough, going down in 3 sets. (Milan had some set points in the first and won the second set.) No ranking points for his win over Niki - oh, well.