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Where will Kyrgios end up in 2015?

  • He won't improve more so TOP30

    Votes: 7 23.3%
  • TOP25

    Votes: 6 20.0%
  • TOP20

    Votes: 13 43.3%
  • TOP15

    Votes: 3 10.0%
  • TOP10

    Votes: 1 3.3%
  • World Tour Finals place (Top8)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
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How high can he rise in 2015? He broke into top30 if I am correct so the next goals should be top20 top15 and top10.

In the race he is in the top30 currently.

His 2015 season so far:
Sidney: 1st round (lost to Janowicz)
AUSTRALIAN OPEN: QF (lost to Murray) 360 points
Indian Wells: 2nd round (lost to Dimitrov)
Barcelona: 2nd round (lost to Ymer)
Estroil: Final (lost to Gasquet) 150 points
Madrid: 3rd round and counting ) 90 or more points

He is defending from 2014:
ROLAND GARROS: 1st round 10 points
Nottingham: WIN 125 points
Wimbledon: QF 360 points
Toronto: 2nd round 45 points
US Open: 3rd round 90 points
Kuala Lumpur: 1st round

He basically has to defend nothing after Wimbledon so he can gain a lot of points to improve his ranking. What do you think, where will he end up?

I think top15 is possible but top20 is probable
 

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Around #15, he won't keep beating the whole field forever, he also has his nightmare matchups.
 
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20-30
 

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Around #15, he won't keep beating the whole field forever, he also has his nightmare matchups.
You mean who? Beside Murray I don't see that he would have so many match-up issues.
 

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He will have his lows and he's not consistent, so top 20 max, he has many points to defend on grass. But this is his better part of the season, so everything is possible. As for a nightmare matchup, Raonic comes to mind too, Novak should beat comfortably him with his return game, Nick won't make many breaks on faster surfaces so he will have to hold his serve, that will presue him more. So basically good returner with ground game better than Nick should be a big problem.
 

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To jail hopefully. That's where thugs belong.
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he is heading to madrid r3. step by step guys...
 

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Add more options to the poll, i'd say about No 30 to 50.
 

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You mean who? Beside Murray I don't see that he would have so many match-up issues.
Djokovic or any other great returner
Janowicz or any other tough ballbasher

That's at least 8-10 players he might lose on clay or slower HC. On faster HC and grass he will have some edge, though it depends how he might develop his ground game to aid that.

He cannot win all matches like 7-6, 6-7, 7-6 forever, even if he keeps that clutchness. It would be tiring in the mental department, I guess.
 

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Top 20 easily, maybe even into the top 15. Top 10 by end of next year.
 

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To Bouchard's hotel room to win his first slam. I'm still confident that he can follow in Grigor's footsteps.

^Make that 2016, lol. Forgetting which year it is with all this DC excitement.
 
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