He's already over 18 now. Not sure what delayed his career. Never seen him play but I'm curious. Anyways, Jrs. that transition well to the pros are the ones that start to have success at 16yo and then win big tourneys at their early 17s and move on. We'll see.Congrats Tommy!
Perhaps he could be different to the 10 other 17 year olds who are all going to be the next Harrison
"I'm not on the professional circuit yet and I don't know when I will be. I'm going to play in the Wimbledon and US Open juniors, and then we'll see. I verbally committed to join the NCAA and play for the University of Georgia, but..."
Surely the obvious lesson is that you can't judge a player on the basis of a couple of points.I'm a bit confused. I watched a couple of points he played vs Lapentti a couple of weeks ago and thought he was nothing special. But then he proceeded to win like 9 consecutive games against Arguello, had fantastic results on Futures Circuit and on top of that he has just won a Slam title.