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Old 04-24-2012, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default CH Savannah R1: [Q] Williams def. Bogdanovic 6-4 6-2

Very good win for the former UT Volunteer. Six breaks of serve in nine return games. Good win for him here, hopefully he keeps it going.

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Old 04-24-2012, 04:16 PM   #2
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Default Re: CH Savannah R1: [Q] Williams def. Bogdanovic

I look forward to seeing more of Williams over the next few years. Seems like he could be a reasonable prospect.

Shame for Boggo. He is a likeable guy, and really should have achieved more in his career. He doesn't seem particularly committed to professional tennis at the moment (maybe lack of funds?), and he isn't really doing himself any favours. It isn't too late for him to have one last hurrah (other 28 year olds have enjoyed career-best seasons), but he'd need to really grind it out through Futures to get something going. Currently, playing the odd Challenger here and there just isn't enough, and you have to wonder what he is hoping to achieve by doing this.
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