I think the season is over for Lleyton, on the start a new topic, and let's hope that next season he will be able to play week to week, the first tournament to Lleyton is a Hopman Cup, which begins December 31
at the moment I think only about his health. First, should recover fully, in January to return to the tour, start playing week to week, and then we will think about the Olympics. As I recall, from one country is allowed three tennis player, Lleyton in the champion race is now 3.I'm delighted to see Matt Ebden doing so well, but with two Aussies in the top 100 I started to wonder. If Tomic keeps climbing the rankings, and Ebden finds himself ranked around 75 next year and Lleyton has climbed back inside the top 100, but not far enough to overtake Ebden will Lleyton find himself without a spot in the Olympics?
It's possible that by the time the grass season comes around Lleyton will be comfortable back in the top 50, which is hopefully the case. But with a few bad draws and a couple of injuries you could certainly see a situation where he's not among the top 2 Aussies (or, in the worst case scenario, still outside the top 100).
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Yeah, I love that he's staying right on top of the baseline and trying to dictate play. Mentally he's not yet there on the big points, but hopefully he'll get there.Lleyton lost 2-6 7-5 1-6. Аmbiguous match, there were many unforced errors, needed match practice, like the fact that he is attacking.