Do you think Kei Nishikori could break into top10 or have higher ranking than Paradorn (World number 9)?
Kei Nishikori is the real deal, he`ll certainly become a consistant Top-#30 player!!
<>ability wise Nishikori can be Top-#10, but we still don`t know how strong he`s going to be mentally!
also the Japanese media are relentless, if & when Nishikori approaches the top i can just immagine the weight of a nation stressing him out! >>remember Japan`s always desperate to have a hero, especially in men`s tennis.
anyway i`m going to go out on a limb & say Nishikori is going to break the Top-#10 & be more consistant than Paradorn was!
^¬^¬^¬^ I think you should rename your great thread as ^¬^¬^¬^
^¬^¬^¬^ "Japanese tennis is not longer a joke thanks to Kei" ^¬^¬^¬^
Apart from both being Asian tennis players, they both represent Asia in the world of tennisCan someone explain why Paradorn is being used as a measuring stick for Nishikori's potential? :scratch: What do they have in common that makes the comparison valid?
It's obvious that the thread starter being a Thai I presume feels that comparing Nishikori to Paradon has some relevance. The obvious one being that they are both from Asia, and there has been a dearth of Asian tennis players in the top echelon of the game. For me it's an interesting question but if you don't see the relevance then don't post. It's simple as that.I was gonna ask exactly the same question.