From Miami Herald, this is what Verdasco said of the young kid.
"After the first break of the match maybe he went down mentally," Verdasco said. "But he plays really good to be 18. He moves well and has strong legs. He has a good forehand and a good backhand and serves all the time at 120-something. He's pretty complete. With a little more experience, he's going to go high in the rankings."
With a little more experience, I am expecting great things from him. Go Chung!
59th in the race now for the youngster played a very good match and losing to Nando on clay is nothing to be ashamed of. Would of been interesting had he took the 1st but onwards and upwards. As people have stated needs to fix the FH but has plenty of time.