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I think USA because players get all kind of support, i mean money, sponsors, food, etc

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yeah i know what u mean, but Brazil at least gives more support to players than other countries in South America. In Peru for example, they dont support tennis players :( Luis Horna needs to get more support and money .

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In Brazil, only Guga has sponsors.

the others players every year fight a lot to get a sponsor. In womens side is worst the situation.

There is a player named Marcos Daniel. he is very good but he has no sponsors. It's very hard for him to collect money to travel.
Here, there are a lot of wasted talents.
 

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We have lots of good guys coming out. If we got supporting programs and had at least a little bit of organization, people like Saretta, Simoni, Sa, Costa, the up-and-coming Cubas, Rosa, Engel and Marcos Daniel, among many others like Ferreiro, Julio Silva, etc... would have a lot brighter future. Its just a matter of someone having enough will to help, and knowledge of course. I have to speak english to come here and talk tennis with someone who actually knows something about it. In our country, its difficult.
Btw, hi there Pablo :wavey:
 

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one of the best youth educations are in Belgium IMO.

For such a small country they have produced Justine Henin, Kim Clijsters and ITF junior number 1 Kirsten Flipkens, and in the past Sabine Appelmans & Dominique Van Roost.
and don't forget to mention Xavier Malisse, Olivier Rochus at the boy's side and also earlier Filip Dewulf.
 
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