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This is not a list of players in the 19-24 age bracket whom I think will win slams. There are any # of players able to win slams.
This is a list of members of the 19-24 age group, I think have a REALISTIC chance of being yr-end #1 in the next 5 years.

Federer,
Gonzalez,
Hewitt,
Safin,
Ferrero,
Chela
 

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ok, i told you that i don't find it relevant. could you change the title please? thank you in advance

i told you that i prefer to be historian instead a prophet, and to be elaborating about who could reach the number one, doesn't seduces me.
All of them are great players, and surely one of them will reach the number 1, but as i told you, i don't like the futurology, thanks any way.

PS: surely many ppl will be interested on this topic, many replies will be posted, but don't count with me;)
 

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ok then..
 

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Better
but in my opinion the new title is a bit, just a bit resounding. ;)
Nevertheless it is not bad, ciao :wavey:
 

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I really think Chela is very talented, & might reach a Slam semi in one of those days (probably Aus Open), but i dont see him winning a Slam.
Though he might get better.
 

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Chela may make semis, but I dont see him ending the year number one. Its only gonna get harder in the next 5 years, as the current young players are improving all the time.
 

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I'm latinamerican and I hate when people kinda make latinamerican players lesser, but here I agree with all the other players named, except of J.I.Chela.
Yes, he's player with a lot of talent, amazing shots, but I don't find him either being a kinda elite player, he's just like too weak of mind....I know that Feña and Safin are like that too, but I think that Chela is much weaker, and he doesn't have too much power, he's very thin. Just IMO.
 

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It's worth noting that your build doesn't necessarily determine how hard your ground strokes are.

I put Ferrero against most guys on tour bigger than him (and that would be most, since he is very slight) - and he still hits harder than most.
 
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